The man responsible for some of the most famous lines in the English language about war is the subject of an exhibition looking at his legacy.
About National Army MuseumLarge recently refurbished museum devoted to the British Army.
Laid out in five thematic zones, focusing on the army's history, its work, its conflict, its role overseas, and the reaction of British society to the army.
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National Army Museum,
Royal Hospital Road,
The museum is free to visit. Some special events can charge though.
Prices last checked Sept 2023.Link to National Army Museum's website
The museum is open daily (except Mondays) from 10am to 5:30pm.
Opening hours last checked Sept 2023.
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Exhibitions open at the moment
Free Shakespeare and War
This exhibition explores some of the ways in which Shakespeare has shaped how we think about soldiers and the Army, and how we imagine war and its consequences today.
10am to 5:30pm
Ends on Sun 31st March 2024
This exhibition follows the lives of British soldiers in Germany over the past 75 years.
10am to 5:30pm
Ends on Wed 21st August 2024
Future events at National Army Museum
To mark the 80th anniversary of the PDSA Dickin Medal, Emma Worrall will examine the role of dogs in the First World War.
Friday, 1st Dec 12pm to 1pm
View some pieces from the Museum’s art collection and discover how soldiers have been depicted in cartoons and drawings through time.
Thursday, 7th Dec Starts at 6:30pm
Friday, 8th Dec 12pm to 1pm
Join Dr Alastair Massie as he examines one of the pivotal moments in Britain’s defence of the Low Countries during the War of the Austrian Succession.
Friday, 15th Dec 12pm to 1pm
Frequently asked questions
What's the nearest railway station to National Army Museum
The nearest station is Sloane Square Tube Station which is 0.5 miles away.