Kids Zone @ National Army Museum

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Why not visit the National Army Museum and discover how Britain’s past has helped to shape our present and future. Plus, see first hand just how our Army has changed over the years and their impact on the way we live today!

NAM-kids-zoneNew Kids’ Zone

The new soft-play area with forest and arctic themed climbing frames for you to scale, slide and run through!

As well as generally just being really fun the Kids’ Zone will also show you what army life is like from campaing to clothing. You’ll even be able to touch and explore exciting objects from the Museum’s Collection!

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Upcoming Exhibitions and Galleries.

Draw Your Weapons: The Art of Commando Comics
Discover exclusive Commando Comic artwork and original British Army Commando kit in this colourful and dynamic exhibition, which explores the history of the war comic from its inspiration, style and continuing popularity.

war-horse_pressWar Horse: Fact & Fiction
A major new exhibition exploring the true history behind the hugely popular War Horse novel.

This is a great exhibition for all the family with exciting hands-on interactive displays and exclusive material from War Horse author, Michael Morpurgo, and the stage show by the National Theatre, London.

Upcoming Family Events

There are some special events for families to enjoy! Join cavalry soldiers from the Boer War and the Second World War and find out more about the lives of horse soldiers.

And for budding artists, learn new techniques, design a storyboard and hear the tales behind the artwork!

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Action Zones

These interactive zones bring history to life, giving you a hands-on experience! Learn what it was like to be a Victorian soldier or explore the massive technology developments that took place during the First and Second World Wars.

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National Army Museum
Royal Hospital Road
London SW3 4HT

Museum Opening hours
Every day: 10.00am to 5.30pm
Except 24-26 December and 1 January


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