Can you take photos in the Imperial War Museum?
Public Photography Unless otherwise indicated in an exhibition, our visitors are encouraged to take photographs and/or films for their own non-commercial personal use. Please respect the privacy of other Museum visitors. For any commercial use, please contact the Media Sales team.
How much does it cost to get into the Imperial War Museum?
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Can you take photos in the Imperial War museum?
How much does it cost to get into the Imperial War museum?
Is there parking at Imperial War museum?
Parking. There is limited street parking near the museum and free parking is available for blue badge holders – although these are also limited and must be booked two working days in advance. There are also NCP car parks nearby in Waterloo and Elephant & Castle.
What to see and do at Imperial War Museum London?
What to see at IWM London. From the moment you step into the world-famous atrium to the countless discoveries awaiting you in the award-winning galleries, IWM London is a place to experience the continuing influence of war on the world – an experience that is as compelling and thought-provoking as it is unforgettable.
When did the IWM move to Lambeth Road?
The now iconic 15 inch guns from HMS Ramillies and HMS Resolution outside IWM’s Lambeth Road building were installed and unveiled to the public in 1968. Find out more about the museum’s early years and the events that led to IWM London’s permanent residence at Lambeth Road in 1936, through 16 images. IWM’s Early Years in 16 Images.
Which is the leading Museum of World War 1?
Imperial War Museums is the world’s leading museum of war and conflict. Founded while the First World War was still raging, it gives voice to the extraordinary experiences of ordinary people forced to live their lives in a world torn apart by conflict.
How many museums are in the IWM family?
IWM is a family of five museums recording and showcasing experiences of modern conflict.