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National Army Museum - We're reopening: what's on this December
We're reopening (again!)
From Wednesday 2 December we will open our doors once more, with Covid-secure measures still in place so you can enjoy your experience here as safely as possible. We look forward to welcoming you back: don't forget to book your place in advance.
For now, the Museum will be open from Wednesdays to Sundays, 10.30am-3.30pm. We regret that the Cookhouse Café and Play Base will remain temporarily closed. We hope to resume these services in January.
In a change to our usual festive opening hours, the Museum will be closed from 21 December to 1 January inclusive.
Christmas is a time when separation from loved ones is most keenly felt. This was as true 100 years ago as it is today. Take a look at some of the Christmas cards sent by soldiers during the First World War and how they helped ease the pressures of life on the front line.
Gifts from the Royal Family, Christmas dinners and the famous truce of 1914: discover how First World War soldiers managed to maintain morale while separated from their loved ones during the festive season.
During the First World War, Princess Mary wanted to do something special for all serving in the Armed Forces at Christmas time. More than 355,000 tins of treats were sent to soldiers, including tobacco, chocolate, sweets, spices and a message from the King himself! Make your own gift box in this downloadable festive craft activity.
Exploring the changing relationship between Britain and Germany over 75 years, this exhibition features everyday tales of beer, bratwurst and family life set against intriguing accounts of espionage and military training on a massive scale.
For the first time in one hundred years, this exhibition brings together objects, paintings, photography and personal testimony to tell the story of the Unknown Warrior, the symbolic memorial dedicated to the British service personnel who died during the First World War.
Sixty-five paintings that usually hang in Buckingham Palace, and are widely acknowledged to be among the highlights of the Royal Collection, will be shown together in a gallery exhibition for the first time. In 'Masterpieces from Buckingham Palace,' visitors can enjoy spectacular works by artists such as Titian, Rembrandt, Vermeer, van Dyck and Canaletto close up.