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The Tank Museum
The Tank Museum brings the story of tanks and their crews to life, with the world’s finest collection of tanks displayed in awe-inspiring, modern exhibitions. The museum houses 300 tanks, representing key battles from every major conflict since WWI. Our exhibitions tell the story of this British invention featuring moving stories from the soldiers that fought in them.
01929 405096 The Tank Museum Website
The Australian Armour and Artillery Museum
The Australian Armour and Artillery Museum is the largest museum of its kind in the southern hemisphere. We are dedicated to the collection, preservation, restoration and display of Armoured Vehicles and Artillery from the 1800's to the present day. Our collection includes armoured vehicles and artillery from both world wars with a particular focus on WWII. Some other attractions we offer are APC rides, a shooting gallery and retail shop.
00617 4038 1665 The Australian Armour and Artillery Museum Website
RAF Museum Midlands
The RAF Museum Midlands at Cosford tells the story of the RAF through its collections and its people. Marvel at the world’s oldest Spitfire and many other warbirds. Explore thrilling displays of aircraft, iconic cars, and tanks at our National Cold War Exhibition and its immersive Hotspots. Step inside our interactive Flight Zone for hours of family fun.
01902 376 200 RAF Museum Midlands Website
RAF Museum London
The RAF Museum London shares the story of the RAF. We’re based on the former grounds of RAF Hendon, one of the birthplaces of British aviation. Come explore our six hangars packed with 80 iconic aircraft, enjoy our interactives, experience tours and step inside a real WW2 Spitfire. We are the only place in the world with four authentic Battle of Britain fighter aircraft.
020 8205 2266 RAF Museum London Website
Combined Military Services Museum
Discover the secret worlds of Spies, their weapons, gadgets and disguises. Learn about WW2’s Special Operation Executive (S.O.E), about British Special Forces and their brave, daring operations. The aim of the Combined Military Services Museum is to display artefacts from Britain’s proud military history, for the education and enjoyment of both present and future generations.
01621 841826 Combined Military Services Museum Website
Americans In Wartime Experience
When America goes to war, the American people go to war—from the armed forces to civil servants to the families at home. The Americans in Wartime Museum will bring history to life through the stories of American men and women who have answered the nation’s call to serve, from World War I to the present.
001 703 662 5774 Americans In Wartime Experience Website
Park of Military History Pivka
The main collection of the Park of Military History is a national collection that comprises tanks and cannons from the 2nd World War, from the period of the Cold War and from the Slovenian liberation war in 1991 as well as the vehicles from the Slovenian Army. The Park has also an aircraft collection; it consists of two fighter aircraft, the American turbojet fighter-bomber F-84 Thunderjet and the Romanian IAR-93 Vultur/Eagle.
00386 (0)31 775 002 Park of Military History Pivka Website
Nationaal Militair Museum
With over 300,000 artefacts, the National Military Museum is home to the largest military collection in The Netherlands. From flint arrow heads to modern-day jets… an impressive and multifaceted collection. The NMM is part of Stichting Koninklijke Defensiemusea (Royal Defense Museums Foundation). This includes the Marine Museum in Den Helder, Military Police Museum in Buren and Marine Museum in Rotterdam.
085 003 6000 Nationaal Militair Museum Website
Military History Museum of the Bundeswehr
The Military History Museum of the Bundeswehr in Dresden is one of the most important history museums in Europe. The focus of the exhibitions is on people and the question of the causes and consequences of war and violence. It sees itself as a forum for the discourse on the role of war and the military in the past, present and future.
49 (0) 351 823 2803 Military History Museum of the Bundeswehr Website