Last weekend-Sunday- as a birthday treat the Mrs took the family hat20 to the Firepower Museum,Woolwich. Being Sunday traffic was light so travel time/hassle was minimal(from Somerset) parking was FREE,choice of three carparks-all within 5mins of museum.Firepower Arrived 11:55hrs and preceded tour with a visit to Gunpit Cafe-clean nicely laid out with very cheap prices for food,drinks and a nice touch is the sofas for old bones to rest. Tea and stickies over we started the tour,entrance fee is also very reasonable. Well laid out,clean,informative and lots of hands-on for the young uns. Plenty of volunteers on hand,many who are ex-gunners to assist/guide people through the museum's exhibits,my lad loved the fields of fire experience! As expected all the exhibits were in immaculate condition and very well laid out,one old chap told my lad it takes several hours a day to clean and polish the guns to the standard they are. Mrs hat said she could tell the ex-gunners visiting as they were the ones stood next to a gun for ages with a faraway look on their faces as old memories came back. All in all a very good visit and highly recommended,we were the last to leave at 16:55hrs!! A big thanks to all the staff who do a fantastic job!! Its a must for all Gunners past and present!!!