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Please note the museum closes 8th July 2016 at this site. Discover the fascinating story of artillery and role of the Gunners in our Nation's history. Explore the greatest collection of artillery in the UK, set in the historic Woolwich Arsenal.
1 Firepower Royal Artillery Museum Street No 1 Street | Woolwich, London SE18 6ST, England
It's closed..... due to the lack of attendance..how could that be... location location location...
I doubt it will ever open again in a different place, not in these poor fiscal times.
A true loss to the nation and beyond.
If you are interested in military hardware and the soldiers that go to war, this is an excellent place to visit. Not just guns but also what it means to be a soldier and survive in difficult environments.
There was an opportunity to view campaign...More
I have been here before its a shame someone ( The Master Gunner ) has decided to close it down . I took my father as a treat for fathers day when we had been before the museum was in two building .now its only...More
This is a first class museum. It tells the story of artillery from early times up to the Gulf War.The display is on two levels and includes early cannon and Waterloo as well as WW2 and later weapons including rockets and missiles.It covers the stories...More
I had been wanting to come to this museum for years and managed to get there today. I had been to it many years ago when it was in the Rotunda on Woolwich Common. The building is not as interesting as the old one but...More
I found this museum on tripadvisor before heading across the pond and am glad I did. My wife had plans for a whole day leaving me to find something that I would enjoy, but that she wouldn't necessarily be upset with missing. Being a huge...More
I saw that the museum was having an open day, and also that it is closing in a few weeks so I decided I had to see it since I'm a big military fan.
It's nice, but somewhat small, there aren't that many pieces of...More
My son enjoyed our visit here, lots of military history and great place for kids to interact.
Nice restaurant too but we found we was not there for more than a couple of hours.
We combined this with another attraction to fill up the day.
This museum is very good and houses an extensive collection. The history of artillery is well explained here and the exhibits are nothing less than impressive. The museum is well laid out and visitor friendly. There is plenty of information to hand about the exhibits...More