National Army Museum

The Queen has re-opened the National Army Museum in west London after a multimillion-pound re-development.

The Museum was founded in 1960 by Royal Charter and established to collect, preserve and exhibit objects and records relating to the land forces of the British Crown.

Now the Chelsea-based museum has been transformed into five bright thematic galleries.

The exhibitions include soldier, army, battle, society and insight and provide a space to explore and discuss the British Army and its relevance to society from fashion and films to flood defences and conflict.

WREN is delighted to have provided funding of over £1m towards the Soldier Gallery together with elements of the Society Gallery and atrium through the Landfill Communities Fund of FCC Environment.

Project Details

Area
National
Project types
Community
Manager
Simon Settle
Started
Sep 01, 2015
Finished
Mar 31, 2017

Grant Information

Scheme
FCC Community Action Fund
Grant allocated
£1,065,000.00
Project cost
£23,750,000.00

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