The King’s Man Experience

“Refined but brutal. Civilised by merciless.”

Immerse yourself in the world of ‘The King’s Man’ and be taken on a journey exploring the history, legends, politics and people depicted in Disney’s forthcoming release.

The latest film, the third in the series, uncovers the origins of the fictional Kingsman organisation and this unmissable exhibition is an entirely immersive display featuring costumes, props and behind-the-scenes material. The King’s Man experience will bring to life the film, set against a backdrop of the First World War which saw the Army expand to its greatest ever size. Set within the National Army Museum, there is no better location to discover the sets, props and costumes that so brilliantly bring to life the concepts of war, espionage, bravery and sacrifice.

Entry to The King’s Man Experience is free, however pre-booking is required for your safety. Book here.

 

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Rise of the Lionesses

From 28 June – 20 October, explore the changing roles of women in the British Army thorough the lens of the Royal Army Corps (WRAC) in the latest exhibition at the National Army Museum, Rise of the Lionesses. Celebrate the 70th anniversary of the WRAC and 100 years of the WRAC Association this summer in this thought provoking exhibition.

Examine the relationship between society and the army, how the perception of ‘appropriate’ feminine roles affected the contributions of female soldiers and how these women fought to redefine these roles.

From the vehicle chassis uses to train Princess Elizabeth which she was serving with the ATS to the medical kits of Chantelle Taylor, the first woman to kill in enemy combat, immerse yourself in this journey of courage, sacrifice and finally integration.

Entry is complimentary and booking is not required.

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Challenger 2 Tank on display

In celebration of the Royal Armoured Corps 80h Anniversary, drop by and see the team at the National Army Museum for a rare opportunity to get up close and personal with Britain’s main battle tank, the Challenger 2 on 4 April.

The tank will be outside the museum’s entrance all day, with crew on hand to talk about their work and how the Challenger 2 has helped protect our troops over the past two decades.

More info on their website here.

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