With the support of the National Army Museum, the Royal United Services Institute and the Royal Hospital Chelsea, Waterloo Uncovered are excited to present a first look at Major General James Cowan's expansive and highly detailed new model of the Waterloo battlefield.
Given the scale of the model (which will be roughly the size of a tennis court when finished!), the exhibition will only feature the corners of the battlefield, covering Hougoumont, La Haye Sainte, Papelotte, Plancenoit and La Belle Alliance.
The model will be on display at the National Army Museum from 20 to 23 October 2021 alongside some of Waterloo Uncovered's archaeological finds from the battlefield.
To find out more about the project and book tickets to private viewings, including drinks receptions and lectures, visit: https://waterloouncovered.com/get-involved/events/waterloo-remodelled/
Waterloo Uncovered is a charity that uses archaeology to help improve the lives of veterans and serving military personnel. For six years, they have brought a diverse team of world-class archaeologists, university staff, veterans and serving soldiers together to create new insights not only into the historic battlefield of Waterloo but also into the experiences of today’s servicemen and women.