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Mapledurham at War is organised and presented by Bramshill Stud Ltd (Company No 10824116)

For advance tickets:

Email: bookings@mapledurhamatwar.co.uk

(last day to book advance tickets is Monday 11th June to allow for mail deliveries)

Advance tickets are available at special discounted rates

Family ticket ( 2 adults, 2 children)                 additional children £3.00 each


Children (age 15 and under)

Seniors (age 70 and above) 

Toddlers (age 3 and under) 


Ticket prices on the gate will be:

Family ticket ( 2 adults, 2 children)                additional children £5.00 each


Children (age 15 and under)

Seniors (age 70 and above)


 To place your order for advance tickets and to receive payment information, please email your

requirements to bookings@mapledurhamatwar.co.uk  Payment can be with PayPal or BACS.


Group bookings of 15 people or more will receive an additional discount of 10% when purchased in advance.

For transport and camping details please go to the “getting here” page

For traders and general inquiries email:- enquiries@mapledurhamatwar.co.uk

The location of the 1976 film 'The Eagle Has Landed' is an apt venue  for Mapledurham at War.

Over 600 Re enactors from all over the country will converge on the beautiful Mapledurham Estate to set up camp with over 30 living history displays, with more than 100 military vehicles, as if it were during World War 2 for the entire weekend.  Army trucks, tanks, WW2 amphibious craft and cars will convey the troops around the site whilst the camp displays will show how life was during that time. Authentic battles will take place each day and musicians and dancers  from the period will entertain the troops.

Christine Wallace from the Great British Bake Off will be demonstrating some war time  ration recipes and sharing stories  from her mother in law with Jill Vallis..  She will have Memory Board for visitors to add their memories or family stories.  Her cookware kitchen will be no doubt be a reminiscing opportunity to be shared with younger visitors.

"This year we are expecting a flypast by the Battle of Britain Memorial Flight, in honour of the aircraft

that defended these shores during the Battle of Britain"

The Mapledurham Watermill will be open each day where visitors will be able to see the flour being milled and sample the baking from the millers wife. There will be children's activities, traders and street food.


The only show in the country to have wartime amphibious vehicles in operation. 

See them carrying troops onto the water and taking part in the battle for the Mill.

Guest appearance for 2018 –  Old Phyllis, the up-gunned 76mm Sherman tank that featured

in the block buster movie "Fury" starring Brad Pitt.  Fresh from a 3 year nut-and-bolt restoration,

come and see her in all her glory"

Many re-enactors who don't have displays "stroll" around the event in period uniforms and dress,

home guard, British and American generals, RAF, American soldiers and flyers, free French army,

scouts, commandos etc.

The groups will have period vehicles on their displays as well as period tentage equipment and weapons.



£ 8.00