The museum is located opposite the CWGC Cemetery and entrance is free. The exhibits and the explanations that go with them are interesting and thought provoking, albeit a little brief at times. This may be because the museum is privately owned and has been passionately created by the owner. A visit here is better than not visiting a museum, especially if you cannot get to the Hellfire Pass Museum. An hour or so is probably sufficient for the visit.
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