Until November 2018
Extreme training, secret missions, total dedication. Explore the hidden world of the Special Forces through our major exhibition, and a growing programme of stories and events.
30 May 2018, 2.30pm
Ant Middleton, Chief Instructor for Channel 4’s hit show, ‘SAS: Who Dares Wins’, launches his new book.
31 May 2018, 1.45pm
On London History Day, join our walking tour from Brompton Cemetery to the National Army Museum and discover stories of the soldiers linking the two organisations.
6 June 2018, 6.30pm
Former British Army officer Dr Mike Martin launches his book, 'Why We Fight'.
This half-term (26 May - 3 June), be a journalist for a day. Come and have a go at making your own mini-documentary about some of the Museum's objects.
Play Base is an immersive experience for children from 0 to 8 year olds, offering a variety of fun and engaging activities. Take on the assault course, climb aboard a truck or prepare scoff in the cookhouse.
Go on an adventure through our galleries to find fascinating objects, surprising stories and interactive fun. Make the most of your visit with this selection of family favourite experiences.
The Special Forces are made up of several elite military units with distinct areas of expertise. Personnel are drawn from all three branches of the armed forces.
During the Second World War, Britain created a range of special units who undertook a variety of daring operations. The bravery and commitment of these forces has become the stuff of legend.
The SAS is famous around the world. Its highly trained men are renowned for their skills in covert surveillance, close-combat fighting and hostage rescue.
Discover the national and global impact of the First World War and hear the stories of men and women whose lives were affected by the conflict.
In May 1918, Lance-Corporal Talbot Mohan and his comrades were caught up in the chaos of the Allied retreat during the Third Battle of the Aisne.
The German Spring Offensive saw mobile warfare return to the Western Front. Despite early gains, the Germans exhausted themselves, setting the stage for a successful Allied counter-offensive.
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