The National Army Museum is a leading authority on the British Army and its impact on society past and present. “We examine the Army's role from the British Civil Wars to the modern day. Through our collections we preserve and share stories of ordinary people with extraordinary responsibilities. We explore the role of the Army and its relevance today. We aim to be a first class museum that moves, inspires, challenges, educates and entertains.”

With the help of a volunteer guide you will have the opportunity of exploring up to five dynamic galleries showcasing thousands of objects from across the museum’s collections, as well as having the opportunity of handling some of the objects. Situated over four floors, they tell a huge range of stories.

Please note: Long periods of walking and some stairs may have to be negotiated on this tour.

Meeting points:

11:00am at Sloane Square Station (ticket barriers), London, Belgravia, SW1W 8BB (9 mins from National Army Museum). Alternatively, 11:20am at the Museum itself.

For further travel information or to book a place, please contact London Vision South East on: 02038153660 or fill in this form.