Corporate sponsorship

Sponsoring the National Army Museum's work presents an opportunity to align your company with our internationally recognised brand.

Unique exhibitions and a fascinating collection of objects provide opportunities for bespoke partnerships with the National Army Museum which raise your company profile.

Marengo being moved into his new position

‘MBDA is proud to support the National Army Museum and help communicate the British Army's enduring contribution to our nation's security.’

Director, MBDA UK

Sponsor an exhibition

The National Army Museum’s exhibitions focus on specific subject areas which bring our stories to life. Sponsoring an exhibition presents an opportunity to align your company with our internationally recognised brand. We will work with you to create a mutually beneficial package of benefits.

Headline sponsorship

Full sponsorship of an exhibition provides brand profile, a tailored media campaign and an exclusive benefits package.

Circle sponsorship

Each exhibition has a Circle of supporters who receive acknowledgement and priority invitations to private views, tours and launch events.

March - September 2017

War Paint: Brushes with Conflict

The first exhibition in the newly reopened National Army Museum will explore why we paint war. The paintings in this display contain many from our collection which have never been seen by the public.

An East View of the Great Cataract of Niagara, 1762
An East View of the Great Cataract of Niagara, 1762

Sponsor a special project

The Museum is constantly working to bring the army, its past and present, to life. As well as ongoing changing exhibitions, we often embark on special projects which hone in on and explore areas of significance.

2017

Partition: India's Independence

On 15 August 1947, 300 years of British rule in India came to an end and the largest migration in human history began, dividing the subcontinent into the Hindu-majority India and Muslim-majority Pakistan. This project explores the legacy of the British Army in India and how it is viewed 70 years on.

Lord Mountbatten of Burma presenting medals
Lord Mountbatten of Burma presenting medals
Royal Review of the Army, Sennelager, Germany 7 Jul 1977
Royal Review of the Army, Germany 7 Jul 1977
2017 - 2020

Goodbye Germany

In 2020, the last British garrisons in Germany will close. This project explores over 70 years of British presence in Germany and the mark it has left on the cultural, social, physical and economic landscape.

Get in touch

To discuss corporate sponsorship opportunities in more detail, please contact:

  • John Palser, Head of Corporate Partnerships
  • Email: jpalser@nam.ac.uk
  • Phone: 0207 881 2445

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