National Army Museum

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Address:
Royal Hospital Road
Chelsea
London
SW3 4HT

Opening Times:
10am until 5.30pm every day of the week
Closed Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, Boxing Day and New Year's Day.


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Description:
The National Army Museum has a range of exciting exhibitions, both permanent and temporary, that tell the fascinating story of the British Army and its role in shaping the world we live in. These galleries and displays showcase aspects of the Museum’s remarkable Collection. 

Discover more about soldiers’ lives, campaigns and the hard-hitting reality of army life in a rolling programme of special displays throughout the year.

An extensive programme of events and activities complements our permanent galleries and special displays to ensure visitors of every age can enjoy a new experience every time they visit. You can also hear celebrity speakers explore the social, economic and historical aspects and influences of the British Army.


Contact Details:
T: 020 7881 6605
E: education@nam.ac.uk


Learning Programmes:
The National Army Museum's Education Department is staffed by a team of dedicated teachers and museum educators who combine their extensive experience in schools and heritage sites to give you the award-winning service you need.
KS1/2:
Florence Nightingale and Mary Seacole
Stories of Remembrance
Soldiers Stories: Life in the First and Second World Wars
Children in the Second World War
KS3/4/5:
English Civil Wars
First World War/Second World War
Changes in Warfare: Technology / Medicine / Media and Propaganda



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