• 10.30am - 3.30pm
  • FREE
  • Chelsea, London
National Army Museum
  • 10.30am - 3.30pm
  • FREE
  • Chelsea, London

Corporate membership

Corporate membership of the National Army Museum is an excellent way to reward your staff and entertain your clients.

Through our partnerships companies can enjoy an exclusive relationship with the National Army Museum, an internationally respected institution located in the heart of London.

A corporate event

A corporate event

‘In supporting the National Army Museum, L3 Technologies is delighted to be making a contribution to the ethos of the British Army and to raising public awareness of its achievements and sacrifices.’

Head of L3 Technologies, London Operations 

Founding Corporate Membership

Until December 2018, the National Army Museum will be exclusively offering its Founding Corporate Membership package, covering a three-year period, for £25,000.

Members who join within this timeframe are listed on the donor board in the new Museum lobby in perpetuity and also receive the following benefits.


Members receive acknowledgement on our Founding Corporate Membership board (seen by 400,000 annually), on our website (950,000 visitors annually) and on our printed materials (10,000 circulation).


Members receive priority access to our newly developed venue in the heart of Chelsea, from discounted venue hire and private curator-led tours to exclusive invitations to events reserved for corporate supporters only.

Other benefits

Members receive a host of benefits which engage and reward clients, staff and their families. This includes priority access to our new educational facility Play Base, curator-led talks and tours, daytime lectures and evening talks and bespoke team building and family days.

Get in touch

Founding Corporate Membership benefits can be tailored to meet your needs. For more details, please telephone 0207 881 2445.

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"First time @NAM_London today. Thoroughly enjoyed it. Thought the presentation & interpretation made the subject accessible..."