16 Days in Berlin
At The Tank Museum
See Tiger 131 in action, then watch 16 Days in Berlin documentary and enjoy lectures
The Battle of Berlin was the massive final battle on the Eastern Front of the Second World War. 75 years later, the documentary series 16 Days in Berlin chronicled this clash in 18 episodes with a total runtime of 4.5 hours.
Real Time History, the team behind 16 Days in Berlin, is coming to The Tank Museum for an afternoon full of WW2 history. Meet the team, watch key scenes of the documentary together and enjoy talks from world class historians.
Saturday 22 April – Tiger Day 08:30 – 18:00
• Ticket to Tiger Day Spring
• See the world’s only running Tiger I in action
• WWII tank display, living history, lectures and more
Sunday 23 April – 16 Days in Berlin 11:00 – 15:15
• Welcome lunch and meet & greet
• 16 Days in Berlin screening
• Guest speakers
The Tank Museum
The Tank Museum brings history to life, with the world’s best collection of tanks and also has regular live displays throughout the year.
Getting to The Tank Museum: Located at Bovington, it is just a 10 – 15 minute drive from Wareham town centre. The nearest railway station is Wool. From here it is 1.5 miles or a 30 minute walk or you can catch a local taxi. During the summer season and on special event days there is a shuttle bus service between Wool Station and the Tank Museum.