Discover the story of those who have lived, fought and died in conflict from the First World War to the present day. Learn about the conditions endured by First World War troops in The Trench Experience, explore the role of espionage in The Secret War, and find out about children who lived through evacuation and the Blitz. Interactive displays and a changing programme of temporary exhibitions make this a fascinating and absorbing day out.
The Museum also houses the acclaimed Holocaust Exhibition, and art galleries holding some of the twentieth centuryâ€™s best-known paintings.
Forthcoming exhibitionsCamouflage 23 March â€“ 18 November 2007
Posters of Conflict 4 October 2007 â€“ 30 March 2008
Opening hours10am â€“ 6pm
Getting thereTube to Waterloo, Lambeth Road, Elephant and Castle, Southwark
Train to Waterloo and Elephant and Castle
FacilitiesCloakroom, cafĂ©, shop and childrenâ€™s shop.
Telephone 020 7416 5320 if you require assistance with wheelchair access
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