Yes I have and it is a tremendous museum. There is an entire section on TE
Lawrence (Lawrence of Arabia) including his motorcycle (I think its the one he wrecked on).
This is the birthplace of the tank, and where the first actual working tanks really started....although you'll hear arguments from the French on that...but they think they invented the airplane, lightbulb and telephone too...
There are tanks from all over, and it's right off the tank proving grounds off the Salisbury Plain and it's well worth spending the entire day. You can go see Stonehenge in the morning or evening (or both) so you can take some spectacular photos, and the museum is very cool.....did I mention that?
All this is, of course, reliant on the concept that you are a military history buff, or an armored vehicle buff, otherwise it may not be so cool.
I went when I was 12, 18 and 30 and it was cool every single time.
Big mechanical objects with tracks, guns, and lots of noise. Between that and the Terex plant tour you'd have difficulty choosing.
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