• 10am - 5.30pm
  • FREE
  • Chelsea, London
National Army Museum
  • 10am - 5.30pm
  • FREE
  • Chelsea, London

Families

Visitors in the Soldier gallery

Visitors in the Soldier gallery

Explore the galleries

Galleries

Ten family favourites

Our galleries are full of fascinating objects, surprising stories and interactive fun. Make the most of your visit with these family favourites.

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Events

Events for all the family

Come and enjoy a range of activities, events and workshops for children of all ages.

Welcome back

The National Army Museum is open with measures in place so you can enjoy your experience here as safely as possible. Entry remains free, but we are asking visitors to book a time slot online before arriving.

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Family fun at home

Family fun at home
Activities

Family fun at home

Try our selection of family activities that can be completed at home. Go on a scavenger hunt, learn to draw, create a parachute and more.

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What do families think about the National Army Museum?

Play base graphics

Play base graphics
Soft Play

Play Base

Whether your child wants to take on the soft play assault course, climb aboard a truck or prepare scoff in the cookhouse, our new Play Base lets every child shine.

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The Café

The Cookhouse Café is a great place to meet and refuel during your busy day. Plus, buy an adult's meal and get a kid's meal for free!

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The Shop

The Shop offers carefully chosen ranges rich in culture and contemporary design inspired by the history of the Army and the Museum's collections.

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Children with First World War soldier

Children with First World War soldier
Families

Children's birthday parties

Perfect for boys and girls alike, the National Army Museum is the ideal place for kids to celebrate their birthday with friends and make some special memories in a creative and safe environment.

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