National Army Museum
Suitably located next door to the Royal Hospital, Chelsea, The National Army Museum is one of the best places to visit in London with over four levels bringing to life the diverse stories, artefacts and histories of the British Army and its impact on communities at home and across the globe.
From corsets to canons, the Museum boasts the most extensive collection of historical and military artefacts relating to the British Army from its creation to current-day, plus the Indian Army from 1754 to 1947.
Visitors of all ages can enjoy an exciting range of unique exhibitions, galleries and public events at the Museum, including the new, interactive, War Horse: Fact & Fiction exhibition and our soft-play Kids’ Zone.
The Museum offers a free, fascinating and fun day of discovery for all the family!
Open daily*:10.00am to 5.30pm
Except 24-26 December and 1 January
Telephone (switch board): 020 7730 0717
Admission is free to the Museum. However, some elements may be charged.
Tickets for Targeted Talks and Events can be booked a the Museum Shop, by telephone: 0207881 6600.
Concessions Tickets: SOFNAM/Students/Seniors/Service Personnel can book over the telephone but must collect with proof of ID.
- Toilet WC
- Car parking
- Disabled access
- Baby changing area