yet again we were impressed with the WW1 exhibits and displays. Some have been upgraded since our last visit with a bit more interactive stuff. We really enjoyed the visit and will go back and do mor...
I often visit the IWM and my recent visit on 31 October did not disappoint. All the staff I encountered were polite and very helpful. I visited mainly to view the refugee exhibition. This was very goo...
Powerful and important reminder of the awful human consequences of warfare
I had visited the IWM some 7 - 8 years ago, so was curious if much had changed in the intervening years. This time we took our children (11 & 13) and they both very much enjoyed the experience. It's...
Spanning five separate locations, the Imperial War Museum takes a look back at the wars fought during the 20th century. Exhibits vary in size and poignancy, with everything from full-size tanks to personal letters from war prisoners. Originally opened in 1920, the history of the museum parallels the artifacts it now houses. The museum was expanded during World War II, later adding a permanent exhibition on the tragic events during the Holocaust.
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