National Army Museum
For those wanting to find out more about the history of the British Army and its impact across the world, the National Army Museum offers a full, comprehensive breakdown. The collection of artefacts began in 1960 and 1971 saw the museum open, established by Royal Charter to help preserve and exhibit the history and objects associated with the British Army.
From asking why the army first came into existence, through to the army's role as aggressor, peacekeeper and protectors across the years, the collection explores its origins in full details. Everything from tactics to technology is put on display, revealing how the Army has evolved and its influence on society as a whole.
Tel: 020 7881 6606