• 10.00am - 5.30pm
  • FREE
  • Chelsea, London
  • 10.00am - 5.30pm
  • FREE
  • Chelsea, London

Father's Day

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Treat your dad with free entry to 'Special Forces: In the Shadows' plus tours and activities all day.

This Father's Day, join us at the National Army Museum to enjoy a wide range of interactive family fun. All activities are free and there's no need to book in advance.

Father's Day activities

Gallery tours - 'Uniform' theme
11am and 2pm
Meet at the Welcome Desk.

Marching workshop with a First World War soldier
12pm - 12.30pm; 1pm - 1.30pm
Sessions take place in the Atrium.

Display of First World War uniforms
10.30am - 1pm; 2pm - 4.30pm
Sessions take place outside Soldier gallery.

Animals in the First World War activities
10.30am - 1pm; 2pm - 4.30pm
Sessions take place in the Foyle Centre.

Could your dad make the cut? 

Treat your dad to free entry to our Special Forces: In the Shadows exhibition this Father's Day. Delve into the hidden world of the Special Forces. Discover who these soldiers are, the skills they need, and the operations they've undertaken at home and abroad.

Speak to one of our friendly Visitor Experience team at the museum to redeem this offer.

Terms and conditions:

  1. One free Special Forces ticket for dads.
  2. One free ticket per group.
  3. Offer only available in venue and not online.
  4. Offer only available on Sunday 17 June 2018.
  5. Entry only valid on date of offer, 17 June 2018.
  6. The National Army Museum reserves the right to refuse entry to Special Forces if it is deemed the ticket holder is not meeting the terms and conditions.

Special offers at The Shop

Don't forget to visit our shop for the perfect Father's Day gift. Special offers running this weekend only:

  • 20% off a Children's Camouflage T-shirt when you buy any Adult Camouflage T-shirt
  • Buy one get one free on matching Dog Tags for you and your dad

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