Flambards’ Britain in the Blitz will be open to commemorate the 75th anniversary of the D-day landings.

2019 marks 75 years since the landings on the Normandy beaches which eventually led to the liberation of Europe.

Visitors to Britain in the Blitz will be able to get a sense of what it was like during World War II with the sounds of doodlebugs gliding overhead, shaking floors and cramped conditions inside the anderson shelters.

Those wishing to learn more about the personal impact of Britain at war can read touching letters from child evacuees writing home, discover authentic artefacts from the time period and there’s lots more fascinating information about the exhibition in the guidebook.

The exhibition was the first of its kind when it was opened in 1984 and since then many people who lived through the hardships of World War 2 have praised it for its realism.

Britain in the Blitz will be open from 10am, with last admission at 3pm before closing at 4pm on Friday June 6.

This will be an indoor attraction only day, Flambards outside rides will not be open.