What's on at the National Army Museum

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Tiny troopers: poppies
Workshop

12 March 2020

£5.00

Tiny troopers: poppies

Bring your little ones to our toddlers’ sessions, perfect for ages 2 to 4.

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Spotlight: Sappers
Spotlight Saturday

14 March 2020, 11.00am

FREE

Spotlight: Sappers

Meet serving soldiers from the Royal Engineers, watch live demonstrations and take on family-friendly challenges.

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Tiny troopers: music
Workshop

23 March 2020

£5.00

Tiny troopers: music

Bring your little ones to our toddlers’ sessions, perfect for ages 2 to 4.

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Seed bombs away!
Workshop

4 April 2020

FREE

Seed bombs away!

Embrace the joys of spring this Easter holiday by creating your own wild flower seed bomb.

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Seed bombs away!
Workshop

6 - 11 April 2020

FREE

Seed bombs away!

Embrace the joys of spring this Easter holiday by creating your own wild flower seed bomb.

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Seed bombs away!
Workshop

13 - 18 April 2020

FREE

Seed bombs away!

Embrace the joys of spring this Easter holiday by creating your own wild flower seed bomb.

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Tiny troopers: posters
Workshop

27 April 2020

£5.00

Tiny troopers: posters

Bring your little ones to our toddlers’ sessions, perfect for ages 2 to 4.

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Mini marchers
Workshop

6 May 2020

£5.00

Mini marchers

Bring your little ones to our babies' sessions, perfect for ages 6 to 24 months.

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Tiny troopers: animals
Workshop

18 May 2020

£5.00

Tiny troopers: animals

Bring your little ones to our toddlers’ session, perfect for ages 2 to 4.

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Mini marchers
Workshop

10 June 2020

£5.00

Mini marchers

Bring your little ones to our babies' sessions, perfect for ages 6 to 24 months.

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Tiny troopers: poppies
Workshop

22 June 2020

£5.00

Tiny troopers: poppies

Bring your little ones to our toddlers’ sessions, perfect for ages 2 to 4.

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