We are an award-winning WW2 Home Front Museum, based at Freiston Shore, near Boston, Lincolnshire. We offer a unique and critically acclaimed teaching experience to children in a safe and secure environment, as well as displaying our vast collection of WW1 and WW2 artefacts. We are located adjacent to a series of WW2 coastal defences, which form part of the educational and historical experience.

Welcome to We’ll Meet Again!

Our hugely successful mobile Museum was featured on TV news, in many newspaper and magazine publications and featured in radio shows.

Dame Vera Lynn Endorses the We’ll

Meet Again Museum at Freiston!

We had written to Dame Vera Lynn previously, inviting her to look at our past work educating children and supporting charities, and showcasing our dreams for the future with our exciting, new static museum.
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07903 529614
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Wartime History Brought To Life
We’ll Meet Again Homefront Museum
Come and see our latest exhibit, the film prop of a Lancaster bomber cockpit, used in the upcoming war movie, Lancaster Skies! We were thrilled when the witer and producers of the movie, Andy and Callum Burn, came to see the Museum and actually helped with the construction of the exhibit. Click an image to see a picture gallery of the transport, erection and creation of the exhibit.
Lancaster Skies exhibit
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We were thrilled and greatly honoured to receive a signed photograph and letter from Dame Vera Lynn, giving her full endorsement of our past work with our Mobile Museum, educating children about life during WW2, and for the current Living History Museum we have now built at Freiston Shore.
We were thoroughly delighted and overwhelmed when presented the overall annual Pride of Boston award, by the Boston Preservation Trust Civic Group. Dudley Bryant, chairman of the trust, said members aim to 'highlight the best, and sometimes the worst, of Boston's historic town centre'. He said: "We at the preservation trust keep an eye on what is happening in and around Boston so that we can recognise some of those we believe have made a significant or positive difference to the fabric, the reputation or the wellbeing of Boston. "Throughout the year we award certificates of excellence to those we wish to recognise and then we try to determine the best of the best at the end of the year." Mayor of Boston, Cllr Judith Skinner, presented the awards, and said: "We have many historic and unique areas and it is wonderful to see everyone here who take part in maintaining the town for others to enjoy. You should all be proud of your contribution."
Pride of Boston 2018 Award Winners
We’ll Meet Again Homefront Museum
07903 529614
For the latest news
Welcome to We’ll Meet Again!
We were thrilled and greatly honoured to receive a signed photograph and letter from Dame Vera Lynn, giving her full endorsement of our past work with our Mobile Museum, educating children about life during WW2, and for the current Homefront Museum we have now built at Freiston Shore. We had written to her previously, inviting her to look at our past work educating children, supporting charities and the new direction we are heading with a static museum.
We are an award-winning WW2 Home Front Museum, based at Freiston Shore, near Boston, Lincolnshire, opening our doors for the first time on 11th August 2017. We previously took our mobile Museum to schools and other venues, teaching, demonstrating and displaying our huge collection of wartime memorabila, receiving the highest teaching distinction from the Nottinghamshire Eucation authority, for our joint work with the Perlethorpe Enviromental Education Centre. We have now opened a state of the art static Museum so are still able to offer our unique, highly rated and critically acclaimed teaching experience to children in a safe and secure environment, as well as display our vast collection of WW1 and WW2 artefacts, to all. We are perfectly located adjacent to a series of WW2 coastal defences, which form part of the educational and historical experience.
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Wartime History Brought to Life
Come and see our latest exhibit, the film prop of a Lancaster bomber cockpit, used in the upcoming war movie, Lancaster Skies! We were thrilled when the witer and producers of the movie, Andy and Callum Burn, came to see the Museum and actually helped with the construction of the exhibit.
New Lancaster Skies exhibit!
Click an image to see a picture gallery of the transport, erection and creation of the exhibit.
Pride of Boston 2018 Award Winners
We were thoroughly delighted and overwhelmed when presented the overall annual Pride of Boston award, by the Boston Preservation Trust Civic Group. Dudley Bryant, chairman of the trust, said members aim to 'highlight the best, and sometimes the worst, of Boston's historic town centre'. He said: "We at the preservation trust keep an eye on what is happening in and around Boston so that we can recognise some of those we believe have made a significant or positive difference to the fabric, the reputation or the wellbeing of Boston. "Throughout the year we award certificates of excellence to those we wish to recognise and then we try to determine the best of the best at the end of the year." Mayor of Boston, Cllr Judith Skinner, presented the awards, and said: "We have many historic and unique areas and it is wonderful to see everyone here who take part in maintaining the town for others to enjoy. You should all be proud of your contribution."

Dame Vera Lynn Endorses the

We’ll Meet Again Museum