Changing the World 1784 – 1904

Examining the British Army's role in expansion and defence of British trade, political interest, and empire, and its effect on the shape of Britain and the world today


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Exhibitions and events

Conflicts of Interest at the National Army Museum

Permanent exhibition

This major new gallery examines over four decades of action on the World stage by the modern British Army. Looking beyond the media headlines, it explores the conflicting interests of enforcing peace...

Britain's Greatest Generals

Permanent exhibition

Exploring over 400 years of Britain's battles, from Culloden to Rorke’s Drift, this exhibition examines the key facts, impact and legacies of the 20 top British battles chosen by our curators. It...

Conflicts of Interest

Permanent exhibition

This major new gallery examines over four decades of action on the world stage by the modern British Army. Looking beyond the media headlines, it explores the conflicting interests of enforcing peace...

Kids' Zone

Permanent exhibition

This colourful children's play area explores aspects of army life from camping to clothing and includes a dedicated soft-play space for babies, plus arts and crafts, dressing-up costumes, books,...

The Making of Britain Display

Permanent exhibition

From foreign invasion to contests for the crown, from civil war at home to rebellion in the Colonies, this gallery investigates the Army's role in creating and defending the nation state of Great...

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