It's heading to the season where folk travel far and wide, and inevitably end up at some military museum. How about some reviews of the Military Museums up and down the UK, and overseas. In the last few months I have visited 3 Military Museums. The Museum of Army Flying at Middle Wallop Tank Museum at Bovington Fleet Air Arm Museum at Yeovilton The Museum of Army Flying is poorly laid out and very dry. It also looked dishevelled. Although there were some interesting displays they didn't seem to have been placed with any thought. Some exhibits were lacking any information about them. A lack of staff to explain things was noticeable. The coffee shop was mediocre, but the view over the airfield as the helicopters were flying was a bonus. The Tank Museum is a fantastic day out. Lots to do and see. Interactive displays, things to climb on and through. Lots of information about the exhibits and plenty of staff to talk about the various displays. Plenty of short videos to bring the exhibits to life, and the arena display is excellent. The only thing lacking was seating at the arena (the grass was damp...), but this was such a minor niggle that it didn't detract from the day out. The chance for people to have a ride in a tracked vehicle was a definite plus. Fleet Air Arm Museum is the best of the three museums listed here. Lots of aircraft to look at, with plenty of video and information. Some very well done dioramas to display the aircraft on. The best part though was the 'carrier' tour. A 'ride' to the ship in a Wessex, walk along a flight deck with aircraft 'landing' and 'taking off' all with a decent commentary. A walk through the 'island' seeing all the various areas (Bridge, Ops Room, Radio Room etc) all with commentary and lots to look at. Concorde 002 was worth a look as well, and the observation windows overlooking the RNAS Airfield to see the helicopter ops was a good touch.