If you wish to be added to our links page email us at
Buying or Selling Militaria?
- A marketplace just for Militaria
- Find Militaria from a huge selection of sellers
- Buy now, bid on, or make an offer on items
- Sell as an individual or open a FREE store
- We’re all Militaria collectors here like you. Join us!
A historical house for rent located on the D-Day landing site of Omaha Beach. Ocean front, 4500 sq. ft.
Be a Part of History
A historically protected house right on the beach at Omaha, Normandy, France in the Dog Green sector. Dog Green beach was portrayed in both movies Saving Private Ryan, and The Longest Day. The house was there on the beach front during the D-Day landings and managed to get through it with only roof damage, quite a bit of damage to the fence and some ammo damage on the walls of the building. The previous owners, the Hardelay's, a local family, were evacuated from the house by the German's prior to the invasion, and moved temporarily into the village of Vierville. The German's took the roof off and used the rafters for building their bunkers. Then when the American's came they took the roof tiles. The roof tiles were eventually returned after the battle. Mr. Hardelay later become the mayor of Vierville and would entertain many famous people at the house during the proceeding years including Mrs. Nancy Reagan.
On the top of the hill to the left side of the first picture was the German position WN70. WN stands for "Widerstandnest" in German and in English the "Resistance Nest" At this position the German's had a 75 mm gun in pill box and another 75 mm gun, 4 tobruks with MG's, 2 mortars in concrete emplacements and one 20 mm flak gun. This position was taken by the American's on the morning of D-Day.
3 Bedroom House for rent just 100 feet from the white sands of Panama City Beach. A 1350 sq. ft. home, fully renovated and beautifully decorated beach house. The home is located in the beautiful and peaceful setting of the East side of Panama City Beach, Florida two houses from the Gulf of Mexico with great views from the house.
A home vacation rentals website. The world leader in vacation rentals with over 1 million listings worldwide. No traveler fees. Book with confidence.
Holiday-Rentals.co.uk advertises over 22,000 privately owned holiday villas and holiday rentals all around the world. Book direct with the owners for great value!
Helping families and friends stay together in a vacation home. Specializing in North America.
The 16,000-square-foot gallery of The National D-Day Museum is divided into four, state-of-the-art,
interactive exhibits that intermix oral histories from veterans worldwide, artefacts, documents and photographs with hands-on activities and never before seen film footage.
Historical Museum of Armoured Vehicles and Equipment.
Museum of the Pacific War is the only institution in the continental United States dedicated exclusively to telling the story of the Pacific Theater battles of World War II.
The History Bunker
Providers of reproduction WW2 uniforms and equipment as well as CD collections of Military photographs, documents, ID cards, propaganda posters, maps, radio broadcasts and speeches. We also stock flags, banners and military music.
A place where you can find a variety of information and learn about the fascinating world of military school life and opportunities. Whether you’re interested in a military school for yourself or your kids, or just to know more about the military school system, they are glad to offer you broad information.
Museum and Research Library. Remember, Honour, Educate. The World War II History Center is a non-profit 501(c)3 organization operated entirely by volunteers. Your support is needed and appreciated.
A group of enthusiasts and amateur historians who come from all walks of life to further explore their interest in World War II and to pay tribute to the soldiers who fought and died in the war's battles. Attending several battle reenactments a year and participate in "living history" events where they display equipment and dress in the uniforms of the period.
WWII Historical Re-Enactment Group
The largest and most comprehensive WWII Re-enactment website online. The forum, moderated entirely by re-enactors, has over 4000 members and almost 500,000 messages. It is packed with news, events, classified listings, photos and banter amongst the biggest and best WWII Re-enacting community in the world.
Roberts Armory is a traveling museum that specializes in the acquisition and display of light armored vehicles and artillery used by the U.S. Army in World War II. During World War II reenactments the museum usually portrays the 70th Tank Battalion. The museum participates in WWII related displays, parades, motion pictures and reenactments throughout the United States. The purpose of the museum is to preserve the history of World War II and to honour those who served.
A group of seasoned, WW11 re-enactors who enjoy doing tactical events as well as living history displays, mainly on the East Coast. They are a new unit established in 2008, and have members located in Pennsylvania, Maryland,Virginia and Michigan.
We are a group of dedicated airsofters and reenactors. Our mission is to start a large organization consisting of many members. We will organize WWII Airsoft events and join together the WWII Airsofters in Michigan. We will also attend WWII Living History Displays.
WW11 Living History Reenactment group based in Florida.
They are a historical reenactment group. They portray the basic German Paratrooper . Just like in all other countries, regardless of sides, they were simple people that had to leave loved ones behind to fight for their country . The group do not wish to glorify the evil regime that they fought under, nor do we tolerate that ideology or the glorification of war. They are amateur historians that wish to honour all veterans and educate the public.
The World War 11 History Center, based out of El Dorado, KS, has its own reenacting units for the purpose of staging mock battles, providing demonstrations, and participating in parades and displays.
WWII Reenactor group that portrays the 82nd Airborne Division, 505th Parachute Infantry Regiment during the Allied invasion of France in June 1944.
Their primary goal is to educate the public about the American soldier by staging mock battles, providing demonstrations, and displaying authentic uniforms, weapons, and equipment.
Welcome to the website of the II. Batallion from FJR.6. We are an apolitical group dedicated the preservation and education of the lessons of the 20th Centuries greatest conflict.
German Army Reenacting
WWII Reenactor group that portrays a Deutsches Heer (German Army) unit that defended Normandy at Omaha Beach during the Allied invasion of France in June 1944. Their primary goal is to educate the public about the German soldier by staging mock battles, providing demonstrations, and displaying authentic uniforms, weapons, and equipment.
This site specialize in Military Embroidered Clothing including T-Shirts, Fleece, Sweatshirts, Polo and Corporate Shirts, Vests and Beanie Hats and more! They use only top quality garments available in a large choice of colors and sizes. Each order is treated quickly and professionally regardless of size. If you do not see the Regimental Badge you are after, let them know as they can create most.
World War II Connection sells signed World War Two books and prints.
Antiques for sale on UK based Antique trading website. Antique Silver, Antique Ceramics, Antique Furniture, Antique Pottery, Wedgwood, Susie Cooper, Collectables and more.
Zib-militaria - the number one marketplace for quality Militaria at reasonable prices.
History Gifts, History Collectibles, Museum. Replicas, History Decor and Battlefield Reenactment Gear. If you looking for a History Shop full of History Collectibles look no further.
Antique, Collectibles, Militaria, Rare and Antiquarian Books.
World's leading Militaria Auction Site! Das größte Militaria-Auktionshaus!
Selling Soviet uniforms, visors, hats, gas masks, patches, badges and other military surplus.
The toughest jobs often require the toughest uniforms: strong enough to protect you against arc flash, flame, and potentially dangerous conditions of everyday work routines, yet comfortable enough to let you concentrate on the task at hand so that you can do your job and return home safely.
This site is dedicate to someone's collection of medals of the Inter winning the first World War. You will find the details of the official medal of the country, technical data, a brief
history. You will be able to see the medals of all countries.
From World War II to Iraqi Freedom, at one of America’s finest military parks. Here at Battleship Memorial Park you’ll walk the decks of a mighty battleship, go below in a World War II submarine and view cockpits of combat aircraft. You’ll also see tanks, a Vietnam River Patrol Boat, and a plane like the one flown by the Tuskegee Airmen. It’s all here, all waiting to be discovered by you!
A living memorial to the Holocaust, the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum inspires citizens and leaders worldwide to confront hatred, prevent genocide, and promote human dignity. Located among our national monuments to freedom on the National Mall, the Museum provides a powerful lesson in the fragility of freedom, the myth of progress, and the need for vigilance in preserving democratic values. With unique power and authenticity, the Museum teaches millions of people each year about the dangers of unchecked hatred and the need to prevent genocide.
The CAF was founded to acquire, restore and preserve in flying condition a complete collection of combat aircraft which were flown by all military services of the United States, and selected aircraft of other nations, for the education and enjoyment of present and future generations of Americans.
In 1863, Union and Confederate forces fought for control of Chattanooga, known as the "Gateway to the Deep South." The Confederates were victorious at nearby Chickamauga in September. However, renewed fighting in Chattanooga that November provided Union troops victory and control of the city. After the fighting, a Confederate soldier ominously wrote, "This...is the death-knell of the Confederacy."
The USS Arizona is the final resting place for many of the ship's 1,177 crewmen who lost their lives on December 7, 1941 in Pearl Harbour. The 184-foot-long Memorial structure spanning the mid-portion of the sunken battleship consists of three main sections: the entry and assembly rooms; a central area designed for ceremonies and general observation; and the shrine room, where the names of those killed on the Arizona are engraved on the marble wall.
People called Oliver Anderson’s house “the best arranged dwelling house west of St. Louis.” But it became more famous as the center of a bloody three-day Civil War battle in 1861. Walk through the Anderson House at Battle of Lexington Historic Site and marvel at the bullet holes still in the walls and evidence of the cannon shots.
Dedicated to collecting, restoring and displaying historic aircraft of the World War II and the Korean Conflict eras. This unique Museum pays special tribute to military aviation and reminds us all of the significant role these airplanes, their pilots and support crews played in securing our freedom. To demonstrate the sights and sounds of these high-powered machines, most of this magnificent collection is maintained in flying condition. These aircraft provide public enjoyment while in actual flight. The Museum features various educational programs, exhibits and special events that help preserve our heritage and promote pride in our country.
Gettysburg National Military Park
The Battle of Gettysburg was a turning point in the Civil War, the Union victory that ended General Robert E. Lee's second and most ambitious invasion of the North. Often referred to as the "High Water Mark of the Rebellion", Gettysburg was the war's bloodiest battle with 51,000 casualties. It was also the inspiration for President Abraham Lincoln's immortal "Gettysburg Address".
The CAF Airpower Museum honours those who build, service and fly U.S. military aircraft which preserve freedom and democracy around the world. The American Combat Airman Hall of Fame (ACAHOF) recognizes Americans who served in the air during any war of conflict in a manner that reflects credit upon the fighting men and women of the United States.
Some sixty five years ago, the current home of the American Airpower Museum at Republic Airport was a crucial part of the "Arsenal of Democracy". Home to Republic Aviation, the complex produced over 9,000 P-47 Thunderbolts in Farmingdale. The "Jug", as it was called because of its robust assembly line construction, went on to defeat the best fighter pilots the German Luftwaffe could muster. Today, no American aviation museum with a squadron of operational World War II aircrafts has a more appropriate setting for its flight operations. Taxing to the very runways and hangars that dispatched Thunderbolts to war, vintage aircrafts recreate those turbulent years and allow the public to watch these planes in their natural environment - the air.
Come explore the history of the Texas Military Forces from 1823 through today. We have 45,000 sq.ft. of Uniforms, Weapons, Tanks, Artillery, Aircrafts, Helicopters and more!. Admission is FREE. The Texas Military Forces Museum is located in Building 6 on Camp Mabry in Austin, Texas.
The National D-Day Memorial
Located in Bedford, Virginia— the town suffering the highest per capita D-Day losses in the nation. The National D-Day Memorial honours the Allied forces that participated in the invasion of Normandy on June 6, 1944 during World War II. With its stylized English Garden, haunting invasion tableau, and striking Victory Plaza, the Memorial stands as a powerful permanent tribute to the valour, fidelity, and sacrifice of D-Day participants.
Vietnam Veterans Memorial - The Wall That Heals
Honouring the men and women who served in the controversial Vietnam War, the Vietnam Veterans Memorial chronologically lists the names of more than 58,000 Americans who gave their lives in service to their country.
U.S. Army Ordnance Museum
Historically located at the Aberdeen Proving Ground, the US Army Ordnance Museum in Maryland has been ordered up for transfer to Ft Lee Virginia. The mission of the Ordnance Museum is to obtain historically important equipment. Among the pieces of equipment safeguarded and shown are a variety of weapons and documentations that are directly pertinent to US Army Ordnance Corps history. The Museum is also vested with the task of demonstrating how weaponry has changed over the years, and how specific pieces came into being. The many holdings of the museum can be dated back as far as Colonial Settlements.
The U.S. Naval Academy Museum welcomes more than 100,000 visitors annually from all over the world. Located in Pebble Hall on the grounds of the U.S. Naval Academy, the Museum offers two floors of exhibits about the history of sea power, the development of the U.S. Navy, and the role of the U.S. Naval Academy in producing officers capable of leading America's sailors and marines.
Come fly like the aces of yesteryear in some of the most significant military aircraft in history and prepare yourself for the experience of a lifetime! Whether you want a thrilling aerobatic adventure or a smooth straight-and-level flight, the experience will never be forgotten. Great for first time fliers, nostalgia buffs, modellers and pilots. You take the controls in the front seat.
Based out of Minto Armouries in Winnipeg Manitoba, The Royal Winnipeg Rifles are the premier Infantry unit in Manitoba, founded in 1883, with a long and proud history of service to Canada and the Crown.
To commemorate the British Commonwealth Air Training Plan by telling its story, preserving its artefacts, and paying tribute to the thousands of Air Force personnel, who gave their lives during WWII.
Lower Fort Garry National Site
Experience Lower Fort Garry, North America’s only restored stone fort from the fur trade era. Buildings and walls that have stood on the bank of the Red River for over 180 years tell inspiring tales of innovation, discovery, and struggle. Let our costumed guides familiarize you with the Fort. Enjoy specialized presentations or come for one of our many special events.
La Roche Guyon Castle
On March 17, 1943, the Germans took possession of the castle to install a DCA (Civil Air Defence). In February 1944, Marshal Rommel, commander of Army Group B, established his headquarters at the castle of La Roche-Guyon. Important figure in the German army, it controls nearly 500,000 men of the Atlantic Wall, from Holland to the Loire.
The Canadian Museum for Human Rights will take you on a journey of education and inspiration unlike anything you’ve experienced before. We invite you to come be inspired at the Canadian Museum for Human Rights. We offer something for everyone, from children to seniors. With 11 galleries, guided tours, interactive experiences, thought-provoking programs and creative use of mobile technology, you’ll want to come see us again and again.
An entirely new and must-see attraction, this national museum presents Canada’s military past and how it shaped the country. Its outstanding exhibitions explain Canada’s rich military history from earliest times to the present, featuring the experiences of people on the battlefields and at home.
When the Canada Aviation and Space Museum first opened at Uplands Airport in Ottawa in 1960, it presented one of three major collections owned by the Canadian government. At that time, the National Aviation Museum’s focus was on bush flying and early aircraft manufacturers in Canada. A second collection, held by the Canadian War Museum, concentrated on military aircraft from the First World War to the 1950’s, while the third collection held by the Royal Canadian Air Force’s (RCAF) emphasized military aircraft related to RCAF history.
For the 1910 World Exhibition, Louis Leconte collected about nine hundred objects and called his compilation Musée de l'Armée / Museum van het Leger (Museum of the Army). These objects were to give the visitor an idea of the history of Belgian armed forces in the 19th century. During World War II, the occupying forces closed the Museum down. Only the library was accessible. After the war, the collections once again opened to the public. As far as organisation went, the museum changed significantly. Several departments were established: Military History, Archives and Library, Print Collection and the Photo Department. The scientific team also grew. Suitable displays, analysis and study of the collections resulted in better services.
It is a military-historical museum about the Battle of the Bulge (winter 1944 - 1945), situated in the middle of the former battlefield of Poteau, a small village in the Belgian Ardennes. It has a new and also family-friendly conception. Explanations in English, German, French and Dutch. Inside: In the spacious building: many showcases with original objects, several life-size dioramas with old war equipment and dummies in uniforms, historical military vehicles, cannons, authentic photos and movies (shown at the museum's cinema) of the well-known ambush at Poteau. Outside: In the historical ground: exposition of restored military vehicles, cannons, a Sherman tank-turret, a small exploded Belgian bunker, foxholes, and the spot of the ambush with a monument dedicated to the American soldiers fallen there.
La Gleize is located in the heart of the northern part of the Belgian Ardennes. The December 44 Museum is housed in an historic building in the center of the village. It is dedicated entirely to the Battle of the Bulge, also known as the Ardennes Offensive.
Musee De L'armee
It contains some of the world's most prestigious collections, including old weapons and armour (the 3rd biggest in the world), small artillery models (unique in the world) and a unique set of 19th-century items relating to Napoleon I and the marshals of the Empire in particular. The Army- Museum is one of the biggest museums of military art and history in the world. Its location within a military monument like the Hôtel National des Invalides gives it exceptional character. There are few military museums that offer such a large collection of works and cover such a wide range of historical eras.
The extraordinary success of the Mémorial de Caen museum lies in the initial resolve of its founder, Mr Jean-Marie Girault. With destruction wreaked across almost three quarters of this martyr city of the Liberation in the summer of 1944, Caen deserved a fitting tribute for the damage it suffered. And such a tribute was paid, but with the focus on what continues to be the Mémorial’s running theme: reconciliation. This vocation, unique to the Mémorial de Caen museum, will guide you through the museum’s different stages, taking you back over the 20th century.
Normandy American Cemetery
Sixty-three years after Allied troops stormed the beaches of Normandy to turn the tide of World War II in Europe, a new visitor center at the Normandy American Cemetery in France opened in May 2007 to tell the story of the 9,387 Americans buried there and put the D-Day landings and follow-on battle in Europe in perspective as one of the greatest military achievements of all time.
Overlord Museum Normandy
Located at a short distance of the famous "Omaha beach", on the D514 facing the roundabout that provides access to the American Cemetery at Colleville-sur-mer. Overlord Museum chronicles the period of the Allied landing until the liberation of Paris. The collection was collected by someone who was both a witness to the conflict and involved in the reconstruction of Normandy. Personal items from individual soldiers and armoured fighting vehicles from the six armies in Normandy will be presented as a series of reconstructions showing over 35 vehicles, tanks and guns.
Built on the very beach where the first American troops landed on June 6, 1944, the Utah Beach Museum recounts the story of D-Day in 10 sequences, from the preparation of the landing, to the final outcome and success. This comprehensive chronological journey immerses visitors in the history of the landing through a rich collection of objects, vehicles, materials, and oral histories. Admire an original B26 bomber, one of only six remaining examples of this airplane still in existence worldwide, and relive the epic experience of American soldiers through the film “VICTORY IN THE SAND,” winner of a CINE GOLDEN EAGLE AWARD 2012 and the 2013 CINE SPECIAL JURY AWARD for best museum documentary. By the end of your visit, you will understand the strategic choices for the Allied invasion of Normandy and the reasons for the success at Utah Beach. Thanks to your visit, you will also have contributed to the safeguard of the site and the preservation of the memory of the Allied soldiers’ extraordinary sacrifices.
Established in 1964 in the heart of the village of Sainte-Mere-Eglise, Normandy (La Manche, France). This memorial museum will lead you into the story of the battle involving American Paratroopers of the 82nd and 101st airborne divisions, which took place during the night of 5th to the 6th June 1944.
The Thirty Years' War ranges among the epoch-making confrontations in the history of Europe. This conflict, which involved the whole of central Europe, supported the modern process of state formation in such a way that it is justified to describe it as the beginning of a new period in early modern history. Its duration, its intensity and the social changes caused by that left their mark in the collective memory of large parts of the population until today, most of all in Germany. At first sight, the manifold intertwinement of political, denominational and economic factors, especially in a European context, and their long-term effects give the picture of a fascinating albeit rather impenetrable complex dynamism. Maybe this is why an interest in the Thirty Years' War, far beyond the world of science, can still be noticed today.
Deutsches Museum - Masterpieces of Science and Technology
The Deutsches Museum possesses over 100 000 objects from the fields of science and technology. The large number of valuable original exhibits makes the Deutsches Museum one of the most important museums of science and technology anywhere in the world. The collections are not restricted to any specialized range of topics: they include objects from mining to atomic physics, from the Altamira cave to a magnified model of a human cell. They extend from the Stone Age to the present time. Collecting historically significant objects is still one of the Museum’s central tasks, so that the stock is constantly growing.
On 3500 square meter exhibition surface, in 2 halls, almost 4000 exhibits, beneath it 35 real airplanes, 400 airplane models, over 20 piston motors, jet engines, pilot clothing, books, documents, carriages, motor vehicles and things of the daily requirement. Absolute highlights are: Original Spitfire of the Royal Airforce as only specimen in a German museum, the representation of the salvage of 4 July 52 at the polar circle in the summer 1986 as well as the project 2000, the salvage and restoration of a Focke Wulf L.G. 190 A from the Cheiner moorland near Salzwedel. Declared target of the museum and the members of the promotion association is to maintain and constantly develop a place for the representation of the history of aviation.
Combines a shrine, a world-class museum, and an extensive archive. The Memorial's purpose is to commemorate the sacrifice of those Australians who have died in war. Its mission is to assist Australians to remember, interpret and understand the Australian experience of war and its enduring impact on Australian society.
Today a peaceful rural area on the Slovak Polish border, the Dukla Mountain Pass witnessed one of the biggest and most bloody battles of WW11 on the Eastern Front - The Battle of Dukla Pass, officially known as the "Carpathian Operation".
See how military communications progressed from the use of torches and sunlight, through flags, the Semaphore and the Shutter Telegraph, to Morse Code, the telephone and the wireless.
Then came the quantum leap of genius which led to the invention of the computer and successful decoding of the enemy’s Enigma and other codes used during World War Two; and beyond. To the present time with encrypted Satellite Communications and Integrated Battlefield communications.
The history of the Royal Navy is preserved for the benefit of today's and future generations by the National Museum of the Royal Navy (NMRN) which includes four museums of the Royal Navy (NMRN Portsmouth & HMS Victory, Royal Navy Submarine Museum, Fleet Air Arm Museum and the Royal Marines Museum). Together they tell the story of the Royal Navy - On the Sea, Under the Sea, In the Air and On the Land.
The tank was a British invention that changed warfare for ever when it was introduced in World War One – and Bovington has been the home of the tank ever since. From the Somme to Tiananmen Square or D-Day to Desert Storm the tank has played a part in shaping history – and it continues to do so today. This unique collection of over 300 vehicles is regarded as the best in the world and includes the world’s first ever tank, the feared German Tiger tank and the modern Challenger 2.
A unique aeronautical collection. Started in 1967 by a small group of local aircraft enthusiasts as the Midland Aircraft Preservation Society (MAPS), they started to collect books, photographs and aircraft parts. The Museum's collecting policy centers on the story of aviation in the Midlands and the Coventry area in particular, but also the story of Sir Frank Whittle and development of the jet engine.
Where do old airplanes go? The lucky ones go to the Air Mobility Command Museum—the only museum dedicated to airlift and air refuelling history! During WWII, the 4146 Base Unit was involved in secret rocket development at what was then known as Dover Army Airfield. The building complex where these military secret operations took place was Hangar 1301. From the 1950s to the 1970s, various fighter squadrons called the hangar home. In the 1990s after restoration and placement on the National Register of Historic Places, Hangar 1301 was given new life as the home of the Air Mobility Command Museum.
The Air Mobility Command Museum is a part of the National Museum of the United States Air Force's field museum system. Air Mobility Command is a major command of the United States Air Force. Its mission is to deliver maximum war-fighting and humanitarian effects for America through rapid and precise global air mobility.
Immerse yourself in the drama of the Dunkirk evacuation in the very tunnels where the desperate rescue operation was masterminded. State-of-the-art effects and real film footage combine to bring those dramatic events of May 1940 to life in this new visitor experience.
Set within the spacious grounds of the famous former First and Second World War airfield. Lose yourself for a whole day wandering under and around some of the most iconic aircraft in the world and get hands-on with our award-winning interactive exhibitions. IWM Duxford is home to an impressive collection of over two hundred aircraft as well as tanks, military vehicles and boats.
It is unique in its coverage of conflicts, especially those involving Britain and the Commonwealth, from the First World War to the present day. It seeks to provide for, and to encourage, the
study and understanding of the history of modern war and ‘war-time experience’. It is proud to be regarded as one of the essential sights of London. This is not a Museum of the distant past, but about people still alive today, their parents and grandparents. The wars of the twentieth century have affected each and every one of us in some way, and the Museum is here to tell all our stories. We cover all aspects of life in wartime - heroes, villains and the millions who are neither - and all human experience, at home and on the battlefield.
Visit Churchill War Rooms to discover the original Cabinet War Rooms, the wartime bunker that sheltered Churchill and his government during the Blitz. Explore the historic rooms to experience the secret history that lives on underground. Discover the stories of those who worked underground as London was being bombed above them, and then find out more about the life and legacy of Winston Churchill in the interactive Churchill Museum.
Explore the Belfast’s nine decks to discover the stories of life on board this warship during the Second World War and beyond.
Imagine sleeping in one of the tightly packed hammocks during duties in Arctic waters, or being stationed deep in the bowels of the ship when she opened fire in support of Allied troops on D-Day. Venture into the interactive Operations Room, and immerse yourself in the midst of a battle in our Gun Turret Experience.
Britain’s only national museum dedicated wholly to aviation. With a world-class aircraft collection, integrated with special exhibitions, films, interactives, artwork, engines, missiles,
photographs, uniforms, medals and research and education facilities, the Museum takes an innovative approach while keeping with tradition. While offering an insight into aviation technology, it focuses on the people who made it possible – from daredevil early aviators, through wartime heroes, to the thousands of Service men and women whose contribution shaped the world we live in today.
Inspires greater understanding of the real impact of war with a focus on Vietnam. The museum collects, preserves and exhibits art inspired by combat and created by veterans. The National Veterans Art Museum is dedicated to the collection, preservation and exhibition of art inspired by combat and created by veterans.