Current Events

  1. Catalina Week Talk and Film Screening

    13 December 2019

    Join Nick Fletcher, Head of Military, Heraldry and Tecnology, for a presentation on the Consolidated PBY Catalina flying boat. 

  2. Pressed between the pages: Floral souvenirs from the war

    19 December 2019

    12.30 pm, Research Centre Reading Room
    Pressed flowers can be found among the records of generals and soldiers, nurses and gunners. Join a staff member to view some of these fragile mementoes, hidden away in the Research Centre archives.

  3. Family tours

    06 January 2020

    10.15 am, Meet at the entrance to the Second World War Galleries

    Discover some of the captivating stories behind the objects on display in this 30-minute tour designed for children and their families.

  4. Hands-on history

    06 January 2020

    11 am, Lower galleries

    What do servicemen and servicewomen wear? What do they eat? What jobs do they do? Come along with your family to find out.
     

  5. Family tours

    07 January 2020

    10.15 am, Meet at the entrance to the Second World War Galleries

    Discover some of the captivating stories behind the objects on display in this 30-minute tour designed for children and their families.

  6. Hands-on history

    07 January 2020

    11 am, Lower galleries

    What do servicemen and servicewomen wear? What do they eat? What jobs do they do? Come along with your family to find out.
     

  7. Family tours

    08 January 2020

    10.15 am, Meet at the entrance to the Second World War Galleries

    Discover some of the captivating stories behind the objects on display in this 30-minute tour designed for children and their families.

  8. Hands-on history

    08 January 2020

    11 am, Lower galleries

    What do servicemen and servicewomen wear? What do they eat? What jobs do they do? Come along with your family to find out.
     

  9. Family tours

    09 January 2020

    10.15 am, Meet at the entrance to the Second World War Galleries

    Discover some of the captivating stories behind the objects on display in this 30-minute tour designed for children and their families.