The Devil’s Porridge Museum is a 5 star, award winning attraction. It shines a light on an unknown aspect of World War One history and tells the story of the greatest factory on earth at that time. It employed 30,000 people, 12,000 of them women and here they mixed the devil’s porridge, an explosive mixture which went inside every single bullet and shell used in the First World War.
The Museum offers a great day out to its visitors. It is fully accessible with a lift and has received positive feedback in its Covid-preparedness. The Museum is known for the warm welcome it offers (read its online reviews to find out for yourself how highly rated it is).
The First Floor gallery looks at World War Two stories such as the experiences of evacuees, the war in the air and a 1940s kitchen, the Museum is a walk down memory lane for many visitors! With touchscreens, films and interactive exhibits you can see why visitors old and young love visiting.
People came from all over the world to build HM Factory Gretna and mix the devil’s porridge, why not unlock the secret and pay a visit to this unique attraction?