The Imperial War Museum tells the story of those who have lived, fought and died in conflict, from 1914 to now. The museum is free to enter, and hosts a series of unique and engaging exhibitions year-round.
Founded during the first world war, the museum gives a compelling voice to the extraordinary stories of ordinary people caught up in over a century of conflict.
Displayed across six floors, the museum’s vast collections encompass a wealth of objects – from uniforms to photographs, vehicles to films, weapons to works of art – each with a story to tell.
Step into the world-famous atrium and experience the continuing influence of war on the world, from the First World War to present day in the award-winning galleries, all filled with the power to move, inspire and transform.