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Imperial War Museum

Musée d'histoire et Musée d'art
Lambeth, London, Greater London, London
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  • Elise B.
    Elise BertonNovembre 9, 2017
    Expo sur les armes et la guerre assez impressionnante. Il y a des carcasses de chars et d'avions, mais aussi des objets du quotidien. Beaucoup de points de vue différents sur la guerre, un super musée
  • SaltyMilkTea
    SaltyMilkTeaMars 22, 2015
    Great museum! Spacious lot of places to sit. Very high tech- lot of interactive displays. Distribute your energy wisely- because you WILL get tired!
  • Dragos M.
    Dragos MargoiMars 13, 2016
    The IWM was created in 1917 to collect and display material relating to World War I. In 1939 the Museum started adding artefacts from the Second World War, including memorabilia from modern conflicts.
  • Jeku A.
    Jeku ArceFévrier 10, 2015
    The Holocaust was very detailed. Lots of great information & interactive displays. The WWI Art exhibit was my favorite when I went Feb 2015. The Afghanistan exhibit was my 2nd favorite.
  • Ollie B.
    Ollie BarbieriOctobre 1, 2015
    Such a great museum. Set aside a good amount of time though. If like me you like to read everything, it will take you at least an hour to get through just WW1
  • Felipe C.
    Felipe CerdaDécembre 5, 2015
    El Spitfire en la entrada es lo mejor! El Harrier también es impresionante. También no se pueden perder el águila nazi que decoraba la cancillería alemana durante la 2da guerra mundial en Berlín.
  • Zara
    ZaraFévrier 5, 2015
    One of the best museums in the world. So many exhibits means that you can easily spend a whole day engrossing yourself in history here. Cafe staff are rude but the museum staff are great.
  • Guido G.
    Must-see museum in Central London, with some really excellent interactive guidance/narrative displays. On many floors are key exhibits above you, suspended from the ceiling: make sure to look upwards!
  • Stevie W.
    Stevie WonderMars 26, 2015
    Great experience. Takes about 3 hours to see everything. Free lockers bring £1 coin.
  • Matthew T.
    Matthew TaylorSeptembre 29, 2014
    Free entry and a new basement level make this classic London museum a must visit for locals and tourists alike. The permanent Holocaust exhibition is a harrowing highlight.
  • Gordon P.
    Gordon PayneJanvier 6, 2017
    A visité ce lieu plus de 5 fois
    You'll go from wow to sorrow and back again - one of London's best exhibitions and it's free! Make sure you give generously though.
  • Emma W.
    Emma WijningaSeptembre 15, 2016
    Great museum, great collection in a perfect chonological order. Easy to understand, no need to read all the info. A must visit when in London.
  • Nuutti H.
    Nuutti HyttinenMars 29, 2011
    This is a must see when visiting London. Been there three times so far and still there remains a lot more to see. Start your way from WWI and work your way upwards for the best experience!
  • David L.
    David LongworthMars 20, 2015
    Recently renovated (they expanded down into the basement) it's even better. First class curating and exhibition design.
  • New York Habitat
    New York HabitatMars 22, 2012
    This free museum is a must-see for history lovers! There are a lot of interesting exhibitions, so be sure to take the time to get the full experience.
  • Mike B.
    Comprehensive history of the two world wars, a very moving holocaust section & insights into other more recent conflicts.
  • Gagan J.
    Gagan JainAoût 7, 2014
    Love the revamped museum. Only advice is to have enough time available when you go here. Anything less than 3 hours and you may have to skip a floor or two.
  • Richard B.
    Richard BrilliAoût 23, 2015
    The WWI exhibition was meticulously curated. Nice blend of artifacts and multimedia storytelling.
  • Fatih K.
    Fatih KuranMai 18, 2015
    Definitely worth to visit. 1st World War section is even better. I would come again with my son
  • Matthew S.
    Matthew SuttonJanvier 9, 2017
    The IWM has some incredible artifacts, and displays them in engaging and informative ways. Among London's world class museums, this one stands out.
  • Roxanna
    RoxannaAoût 23, 2014
    Don't miss the Holocaust exhibit starting on 4th floor! Long long queues for WWI exhibit on ground floor & so crowded that one can't really see anything, so will be back again soon!
  • Londonist
    LondonistAoût 15, 2010
    Two lesser-visited parts you must see: The Sargent Room, with huge canvasses of WWI and the Crimes Against Humanity film. Both are on the third floor.
  • Kristopher B.
    So well done and worth hours to devout to exploring! This free war museum is a great compliment to Churchill’s War Rooms.
  • Jiri K.
    Jiri KramAvril 13, 2012
    Great venue with a lot of exhibits from both world wars. If you love military history it is a must for you in London.
  • Sergej
    SergejNovembre 14, 2010
    Very impressive museum with displays from WW1 to WW2, cold war, post cold war. If you have strong nerves visit Holocaust exhibition in 4th floor as well. Museum closes at 6oo pm - free admittance.
  • Jefferson L.
    Jefferson LisboaMai 2, 2016
    A parte sobre a Primeira Guerra Mundial no andar 0 é bem interativa, vale a pena dar uma olhada. Também tem uma andar abordando o holocausto. Ótimo museu (Y)
  • Los Viajes d.
    Los Viajes de PituAvril 15, 2016
    Un museo con valor incalculable. Y uno de los mejores museos de la guerra a nivel mundial. Recomendado👍👍👍
  • Robert P.
    Robert PJuillet 11, 2011
    Visit the Ashcroft Gallery on the top floor.It's always quiet up here. There's part of Lord Ashcroft's massive collection of Victoria Cross medals, most with a moving story on how they were awarded.
  • Lisa N.
    Lisa NSeptembre 24, 2017
    Fantastic museum. WW1 exhibition in particular was very immersive and informative. Can't believe it's free!
  • Dave M.
    Dave MarshallAoût 30, 2015
    A visité ce lieu plus de 25 fois
    Combine this with the Tibetan peace garden, kids play ground and park adjacent for a free family day out
  • Francesco S.
    Francesco SommarivaDécembre 21, 2014
    Great museum, the ground floor on world war I is a must
  • Sara C.
    Sara CoDécembre 30, 2017
    the Holocaust on the 4th floor is bloody amazing. It will deffo give you goosebumps.
  • Malay N.
    Malay NagdaJuillet 26, 2015
    One can have a look at Enigma as well.
  • HISTORY UK
    HISTORY UKFévrier 15, 2011
    The museum is located in the former Royal Bethlem Hospital for the mentally ill (from where the term ‘bedlam’ comes). The iconic guns at the front are 15 inch naval cannon, both used in action in WW2.
  • Time Out London
    Time Out LondonFévrier 23, 2012
    Antique guns, tanks, aircraft and artillery are parked in the main hall of this imposing edifice, built in 1814 as a lunatic asylum (the Bethlehem Royal Hospital, aka Bedlam). En savoir plus
  • Tee
    TeeJanvier 17, 2015
    The WWI section on the ground flpor is worth a visit alone. Very very interesting and educational.
  • Spirish
    SpirishJanvier 11, 2014
    They refurbished and they did quite a good job, particularly around the 2nd world war which was already their forte before.
  • Britannica
    BritannicaAoût 3, 2011
    Upon opening in 1920 its focus was on World War I, but it has since been extended to include subsequent military engagements. The museum moved to Lambeth Road in Southwark in 1936
  • Phil C.
    Phil ClampOctobre 27, 2014
    Highly recommend a visit, very well presented for the 1WW centenary. Learnt a lot.
  • Henrique X.
    Henrique XavierFévrier 15, 2015
    Nice museum with lots to see. Two hours just for WWI. The presentation is very beautiful but a bit confusing.
  • National Maritime M.
    National Maritime MuseumJuillet 11, 2011
    Look out for the ‘Tamzine’, the smallest survivor of the ‘little ships of Dunkirk’ – hundreds of private vessels that evacuated over 300,000 Allied troops from France in 1940. Find your maritime story En savoir plus
  • Andy M.
    Andy MetcalfeAoût 19, 2014
    Amazing day here, did holocaust exhibition. Not nice because of subject matter but very informative
  • Colin Z.
    Colin Z.Novembre 24, 2016
    Outstanding. Try to come when school groups aren't there. They were everywhere when we went.
  • Miklós B.
    Miklós BalázsAvril 24, 2016
    Only the part about the first World War is about a war of the British Empire (if that makes a difference to you, be warned).
  • Enrique
    EnriqueJuin 26, 2016
    Almas sensibles, absteneos de visitar la exposición sobre la II Guerra Mundial. Crudeza y realidad en estado puro, pero es historia 😢
  • Justin V.
    Justin Van EmmerikJanvier 24, 2016
    Check out the Harrier hanging from the roof. Great Museum for a quick visit.
  • Zach S.
    Zach StockwellFévrier 23, 2015
    Wonderful, free exhibits. Much improved over the past several years.
  • Mario T.
    Mario Terra NetoOctobre 16, 2015
    One of the best museum in great britain. Very interactive.
  • Carl G.
    Carl GriffinNovembre 26, 2015
    Educational, entertaining and free. Great place to take children.
  • Kelsey H.
    Kelsey HayesDécembre 16, 2010
    A little out of town, but worth a visit for history or warfare buffs. The Holocaust exhibit in particular is incredibly well-done.
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