In Part IX of the story of Tiger 131’s restoration, the Tiger has its Tankfest and Tiger Day debut. Tiger 131 was captured in April 1943. In September 1951 it was passed to the Tank Museum where it soon became
Few living people can claim to have ridden in a World War Two Tiger Tank – you have the chance to be one of them. The Tank Museum are giving you the opportunity to ride inside Tiger 131 on Tiger Day
The Elefant tank, part of the Tiger Tank Collection, is staying on display until January 2019.
Fan of Tiger 131? Want to get closer than ever before? For only £5, buy a raffle ticket for the chance to ride inside!
Tiger 131, one of the tank stars of Brad Pitt’s Second World War blockbuster ‘Fury’, will make one of its two yearly outings at The Tank Museum in September.
Tiger 131, one of the tank stars of Brad Pitt’s Second World War blockbuster ‘Fury’, will make one of its two yearly outings at The Tank Museum in April.
Tiger 131 is the most famous tank in The Tank Museum’s collection and arguably the most famous tank in the world.
The thirty-third Tank Chat, this time presented by Curator David Willey. Including a fascinating insight into pre-Second World War German tank production and how the Panzer III worked alongside it’s fellow Panzers.
Originally known as the Ferdinand, then later renamed Elefant, 90 of this heavily armed and armoured vehicle were built, seeing service in the Soviet Union, Italy and Germany.
Due to popular demand, Tiger Premium tickets are now available for Sunday, the day after Tiger Day, so you can make Tiger Day into a full weekend! This ticket price INCLUDES entry to Tiger Day on Saturday.