Last updated: 30 April 2014
The National Army Museum is undertaking a major redevelopment project called 'Building for the Future'. This will see the radical redevelopment of the Chelsea building which will require it to close on 30 April 2014. A number of services will also be suspended in preparation for the project.
The 'Building for the Future' project will improve the conservation of, and access to, the Collection through the rehousing of archives and specialist collections into improved storage facilities. To enable this activity a number of collections need to be moved.
The study centre services will be suspended from 1 May until 1 September 2014 when an interim service will be provided. This limited service will be split between our outpost in Stevenage and through a partnership with the London Metropolitan Archives.
More information on how to book appointments and access the Museum's Collection from 1 September 2014 will be made available shortly.
For further details about the project, changes to services and updates on access to the Collection, please keep an eye on the website or sign up to our e-newsletter for regular updates. You can also follow us on Twitter and Facebook.
We will be hosting a temporary display about our exciting plans for the future in our foyer area until 16 May 2014.