Last updated: 22 September 2014
Corporate support is an essential part of the National Army Museum’s ability to deliver the world-class museum experience that our visitors expect and our collection deserves.
The Museum receives 250,000 visitors per year and we expect this number to grow to 325,000-400,000 per year by 2016. We maintain the pre-eminent collection of items relating to the history of the British Army. From the skeleton of Napoleon's horse Marengo and Florence Nightingale’s lamp to the original order that precipitated the Charge of the Light Brigade, these items are of unparalleled importance and it is vital that the Museum continues to maintain and display them.
With your help we will continue to recognise 600 years of military history, to tell the stories of those who have fought, to honour those who have survived and to remember those who have lost their lives.