What an amazing collection of memorabilia, beautifully laid out and the exhibits and exhibits were so thought provoking
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What a day out for anyone who has the slightest interest in War involving Britain from World War I. If you are visiting London, then set aside a full day to go there. There are 8 floors and each one is devoted to a particular...More
I spent four hours here and only left because it was about to close! Very informative and interesting. The exhibits on The Great War and The Holocaust were fascinating, if very sobering. I would strongly recommend to anyone visiting London. The cafe is a bit...More
Bit of hit and miss to which tube exit you come out in. The home of the old Bethlem Hospital. You will be met by two 15 inch guns. A great museum , esp the film archives.
The museum is awesome. It brings you into the experience and you loose track of time. The WW1 expo was the best, I could have spent hours reading and learning throughout the exhibit. WW2 was a bit lighter in comparison, and I would not pay...More
40 years since my last visit! Free entry and 4 hours to fill before flying out found me struggling to see every exhibit. Five floors and probably needed 8 hours to give it justice. Midweek place was fairly busy but very noisy with lots of...More
I have been to the Imperial War Museum a number of times so I concentrated on the First World War Gallery. It was excellent with lots of information, interactive displays, mock-ups and atmosphere. I will keep returning!
This has to be one of the best War Memorial Museums I have ever visited. Beautifully erected with different monuments outside of the premises. Inside it is full of information about various wars throughout history, relics, documentaries, audio/visual stimulation and more. It is just on...More
I have visited this exhibition previously but this time I attended from a professional point of view. The staff were extremely friendly and obliging, the History centre went above expectations. The exhibition itself is well worth a visit, it is emotional but extremely well put...More
It is a ok place to visit. It doesn't have a lot to see. There is a boat displaced there was used during the Dunkirk rescue, impressive.