National Army Museum
The National Army Museum are commemorating the end of the First World War with a number of events throughout November and beyond.
Centenary Remembrance Late
7 November, 6pm - 8pm
Late / Free
As the First World War centenary draws to a close, the National Army Museum’s Remembrance Late looks at the variety of ways we remember the conflict in an evening of discussion, music, poetry, and crafts.Connect, create and commemorate in this evening of discussion, music, poetry and crafts.
A Century of Remembrance
17 November, 9.30am - 5pm
Conference / £12.50
Join the National Army Museum for a conference on how the First World War has been remembered over the past 100 years. Hear from an international panel of experts and learn more about how and why we remember.
Poppy-making Family Crafts
Saturday 3 & Saturday 10 November, 10.30am & 2pm
Workshop / Free
Learn about the meaning of the Remembrance poppy and make your own in these drop-in family craft sessions. Take your personalised poppy home, or add it to the National Army Museum's growing Remembrance garden.
Remembrance Poetry Writing Family Workshop
Saturday 17 November, 12pm (for ages 5-8) & 2pm (for ages 9 - 12)
Workshop / Free
Join the poets-in-residence, Lieutenant Colonel Jo Young and Isabel Palmer, who will guide you through writing your own piece of poetry inspired by the First World War.
Alfred Mannins Exhibition
Friday 30 November - Sunday 3 March
Exhibition / £6
Alfred Munnings: War Artist, 1918, features over 40 original paintings from his time with the Canadian Expeditionary Force during the First World War. Munnings often painted less than a mile from the front line, and in full view of the enemy. These paintings show war horses on the march, at the charge and at rest and give insight into the men of the Canadian Cavalry Brigade and Canadian Forestry Corps.