National Army Museum, LondonNational Army Museum, London

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  • Off the path Explo
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    2.5 / 5
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    Famous museum in London. But not so much off the path!
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      4.5 / 5
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      Cool description and tip!
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      5 / 5
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      Yes, and you added plans!
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      2 / 5
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      Yes, 2 pics.
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      Yes!
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      5 / 5
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      Yes!
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London has plenty war museums. The National Army Museum is not so famous as the Imperial War Museum, and is a good way to discover specific aspects of the British army.

My experience, Explo description: 

The museum deals with the history of the British army, from the very first to the the most recent conflicts.

Have a look at the curious 3 Inch "Smith" gun, at the WW2 section.

The museum also hosts numerous temporary exhibitions.

My personal recommendations: 

I did really like the visit because it gave me the opportunity to discover unknown episodes of the British history, such as the Boer War, or the Falkland War.

How getting there: 

National Army Museum
Royal Hospital Road
Chelsea
London
SW3 4HT

By tube : District or Circle Line to Sloane Square
By bus : Nos. 11, 19, 22, and 211 to King’s Road / No 137 to Pimlico Road / No 170 stops outside the Museum

A tip to eat: 

There is a café in the Museum : ’The Great Escape’

Useful information: 
Open hours: 

Every Day 10.00am-5.30pm
Except 24 - 26 December, 1 January, Good Friday, early May bank holiday.

Visit duration: 

From 2 to 4h.

Entry fees: 

Free !

Contact: 

020 7881 2455 or info [at] national-army-museum [dot] ac [dot] uk