Adam visits the National Army Museum in Activity Quest

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Activity Quest is the podcast packed with stuff to do.

In this week’s episode, Adam is visiting the National Army Museum to find out about the history of the British Army.

There’s also a curious tale of a horse hoofโ€ฆ

Georgia is also here and giving us a craft that you can do at home: we are making our own medals!

What is the National Army Museum?

The National Army Museum takes you on a journey through history, where you can discover how soldiers lived, fought, and made a difference.

You’ll find all sorts of cool things like old uniforms that soldiers wore, weapons they used, and even vehicles.

But it’s not just about battles and wars โ€“ the National Army Museum also tells stories about friendship and courage. You can learn about the teamwork that helped soldiers overcome challenges and become heroes.

There are interactive displays that let you experience what it’s like to be a soldier, and you can even try on some military gear to feel like a real-life hero!

Find out more about the National Army Museum

How much is the National Army Museum?

The National Army Museum is free, supported by your donations.

Some events have paid-for admission.

How can I get to the National Army Museum?

The address is: National Army Museum, Royal Hospital Road, Chelsea, London, SW3 4HT

๐Ÿš‡ By tube

Sloane Square underground station on the Circle and District line is a 10-minute walk away.

๐Ÿš By train

Victoria rail and underground station is a 20-minute walk away.

๐ŸšŒ By bus

170 stops outside the Museum.

๐Ÿšด By bike

Ormonde Gate is the nearest Santander Cycles docking station.

๐Ÿšข By river

Battersea Power Station Pier is a 15-minute walk away.

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