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The National Army Museum will be closed to the public from 18 March until further notice following the latest government guidance in response to the Covid-19 outbreak.

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Plan your day at the National Army Museum

Free entry

Our five dynamic galleries showcase thousands of objects from across our collections. Situated over four floors, they tell a huge range of stories from the Army's history.

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Galleries at a glance

From Napoleon’s horse to Lawrence of Arabia’s robes, there's a lot to explore in our galleries. But if you're short of time, here are some of the most popular things to see and do.

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Templer Study Centre


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Play Base


The Shop


The Café


Getting here


Sloane Square is a 10-minute walk.


Victoria is a 20-minute walk.


170 stops outside the Museum.

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Getting here


Ormonde Gate is the nearest Santander Cycles docking station.

River Bus

Battersea Power Station Pier is a 15-minute walk.

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Something for everyone


Family visits

There's plenty for you and your family to enjoy at the National Army Museum. Explore our interactive galleries, develop new skills at the Play Base, grab a bite to eat in The Café and pick up a souvenir from The Shop.

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Group visits

We're an ideal destination for group outings, whether you’re looking to learn something new or simply to socialise.


Schools visits

We have developed a comprehensive learning service for primary and secondary schools.

The Café

The Café is a perfect place to meet, eat and drink. We serve the best whole-leaf tea and hand-roasted coffee, together with tasty, seasonal food.

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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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Please refrain from bringing food and drink into the National Army Museum.

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Visitor Information

We offer a range of facilities including accessible toilets, baby changing and feeding areas, and free Wi-Fi throughout the museum.

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Access and equality

We hope that everyone who visits will be able to enjoy their experience. There is full access to the galleries and we have a wide range of services for disabled visitors.

Contacting us

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National Army Museum
Royal Hospital Road
London SW3 4HT

020 7730 0717

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