KS2-KS3 (Ages 7 to 14)
Step into the world of Army signalling in the latest instalment of Operation Science.
Explore the science behind parachutes and see how well Brussel sprouts can fly in this festive-themed video.
Discover the extraordinary story of the First World War’s Unknown Warrior through our virtual exhibition.
KS2-KS4 (Ages 7 to 16)
Explore the life and times of Walter Tull, one of Britain’s first black army officers, who served during the First World War.
KS2-KS5 (Ages 7 to 18)
Explore the history of black soldiers in the British Army through collection-based objects and stories.
KS3 (Ages 11 to 14)
Follow this gallery trail to find out what it was really like to live through the British Civil Wars.
KS3-KS5 (Ages 11+)
Follow this gallery trail to become an architect designing a new memorial to those who served in the First World War.
Explore society's opinions of the army, its operations and the soldiers who serve in it, and how and why society's attitudes fluctuate.
Explore the real people performing a soldier's tasks, their reasons for joining and the lasting impact it can have on their lives.
Explore what the army does and why; from fighting in sometimes contentious conflicts to the specialist support and skills it can provide.
Explore the story of conscription from its origins before the First World War, through National Service and beyond.
Watch experts from museums in Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland sharing their thoughts on objects from our Easter Rising collection.
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