Last updated: 24 February 2015
The Museum’s Chelsea site is now closed as we prepare for redevelopment. However, we are committed to delivering an ongoing programme of lively events and activities for adults and families, taking place across the country.
7 July 2016
This talk investigates the representation of blinded veterans of the First World War in England. Two key works of literature - DH Lawrence's 'The...
14 July 2016
It was a brave endeavour to recreate the much-loved 'Dad's Army' for the big screen. Scriptwriter, Hamish McColl, will talk about adapting this...
16 July 2016 - 17 July 2016
We are delighted to be returning to the Lambeth Country Show with our touring exhibition and handling collections.
21 July 2016
The British Army has a long history of developing athletes that have gone on to achieve success at the Olympic Games, representing their country...
21 September 2016
To round off the National Army Museum’s activities commemorating the 100th anniversary of the Battle of the Somme, we are inviting four experts to...
22 September 2016
The factory women at Cadbury in Birmingham made a phenomenal contribution to the First World War effort, parcelling gifts ('comforts') of...
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