From civil war at home to conflict on the Continent, this special display investigates the Army's role in creating and defending the nation state of Great Britain we know today. 'The Making of Britain' tells the story of the Army from the medieval era through to the early 18th century, a period that witnessed both the forging of the modern nation state and the creation of a distinct British national identity. The display includes portraits of two of Britains' greatest commanders, Oliver Cromwell and the Duke of Marlborough, as well as life-size figures of a Royalist cavalryman, a Parliamentarian pikeman and a Parliamentarian musketeer.
Daily 10:00 AM - 5:30 PM Closed Boxing Day, Christmas Day, Christmas Eve
National Army Museum
Royal Hospital Road, Chelsea, London, SW3 4HT
|Adult Ticket:||Free (USD0.00)|
Venue Details & Map
Royal Hospital Road
- +44 (0)20 7730 0717
- Public transport:
- Tube: Sloane Square, (Circle or District line), then 10-15 minutes' walk. Train: Victoria Station. Bus: 170 from Victoria Station stops outside the Museum.
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