7 September 2020 - 20 July 2022
Explore the power of robots to solve challenges for the Army. Get hands-on testing out your coding skills.
Explore how robotic devices help the Army, then work in teams using block-based programming and our Dash robots to complete a series of tasks.
Analyse recruitment posters from the Museum's collection and multimedia recreations of First World War parliamentary debates to explore the history of Army recruitment and conscription.
Use sleuthing skills to discover the stories revealed in our Second World War time capsules. Delivered in partnership with the Royal Hospital Chelsea.
Explore how advertising and propaganda work, particularly focusing on recruitment campaigns of the First World War.
Learn about the possibilities of prosthetic limbs for injured soldiers and get hands-on with our robotic arms.
1 November 2020 - 20 July 2022
Work against the clock and with limited resources to design and build a device to safely deliver cargo to your troops.
Explore the history of parachutes and how the Army uses them. Design, make and test your own inspired by the historic designs in our collections.
1 September 2021 - 22 July 2022
Explore historic artefacts to discover more about the London Blitz and the people who worked to keep civilians safe.
Discover the historic contributions of Florence Nightingale and Mary Seacole and why they have been remembered (or not) over time.
Discover helmets from across the history of the Army, and explore the materials and properties that make a great helmet.
Investigate the concept of Total War by tracing the steps taken to prepare for industrialised conflict in the First and Second World Wars.
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