Whether you’re a fan of the book, play or film; if you saw the exhibition or if you have a personal connection to the subject matter, we’d love to hear what you have to say.
The War Horse: Fact & Fiction exhibition explores the hugely popular Michael Morpurgo novel alongside touching real-life stories of war horses and the men who depended on them.
When Michael Morpurgo paid a visit to the Museum recently, he had a look back on how War Horse: Fact & Fiction got started and let us know why he thought it was so important that people come to see the exhibition.
Part of our War Horse: Fact & Fiction exhibition has involved visitors decorating paper horses; we could never have imagined the path this would lead us down.
Fifty years before Michael Morpurgo immortalised the story of ‘Joey’, another war horse put pen to paper and told his story – ‘Raggie’, the War Horse: An Autobiography.