We'll Meet Again: WW2 Homefront Museum is a living WW2 educational history museum at Freiston Shore, Boston. It was created to help educate all ages using a vast collection of memorabilia, and to make learning about the Second World War engaging and fun.
Paul and Linda own the We'll Meet Again WW2 Museum, and have a huge and rare collection of WW2 memorabilia that they use to educate children about life in Britain during the war years.
This living history project is getting amazing results with children and adults. The project continues to evolve and has received an Outstanding Educational Award; Community Champions Award and has been personally endorsed by Dame Vera Lynn!
The museum is also home to a cockpit replica of a Lancaster Bomber which gives visitors the chance to experience what it would have been like to fly the aircraft through the impressive power of virtual reality.
With a cosy on-site cafe, the We'll Meet Again: WW2 Homefront Museum is a fantastic place to visit on a trip to Boston, its peaceful location in Boston's coastal countryside makes the museum a great spot to visit from Freiston Shore Nature Reserve which is just a short five minute walk from the museum.
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