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This is a unique and unforgettable experience. Driving some of the world's toughest military vehicles is a thrill you will never forget. When you're in the driver’s seat you can hear the loud engine roaring and any obstacle you come across, be it a steep incline or mud swamp, is easily dealt with. Anything is passable and in these vehicles you will be having the time of your life.
After you have registered there will be pre-instruction and a safety briefing on military vehicle driving before the action begins. You will choose to drive either the 4 x 4 Bedford MJ Track, BV 206 Hagglund, Russian BRDM2 or the FV432.
This experience is available on selected Sunday and Wednesday dates, April to October.
Your heavy duty experience will last for about 3 hours.
This experience is for one person, you will be in a group with 2 other people.
You are welcome to bring spectators to watch the battle at a cost of £6 per person which includes entry to both the Collection Building and Spectators Area.
The minimum age is 17 years old.
The maximum height is 1.93m (6ft 4"). The maximum weight is 140kg (22st). You'll need a degree of flexibility, as some of the vehicles are tricky to get into.
You need to hold a full manual driving licence.
This is for a voucher entitling the holder to any of the activities supplied by Activity Superstore up to the value stated.
This activity is dependent on appropriate weather conditions.
I had this as a Birthday present. I had had a driving experience last year. As I don't drive fast I enjoyed it but not as much as this military Driving experiance. From the start I was in my element. The Museum was a great place to pass the time while waiting for my turn. Food and drinks were available at a good price. My instructor was a great bloke. He knew what he was talking about and explained the vehicles very clearly. I can't say which vehicle I enjoyed the most. An old Bedford truck, a double tracked vehicle. I can't remember the name, then a Tank. (The Tanks are set up for Paintball balling) I thought the tank would be easy but think of driving one for a whole day like the troops had to do. ?? It was unbelievable how they keep going in the mud. I have dropped a hint to do it again. Me personally I loved it.