National Army Museum

  • Explore the life of a soldier at the National Army Museum where visitors can learn about the Battle of Waterloo, operate a tank and load a rifle, as well as experience augmented reality scenarios requiring moral decision-making. Hold your event at the National Army Museum and surround your guests with fascinating military artefacts in contemporary light-filled spaces, with spectacular views of Sir John Soane’s Grade II listed stables and the Royal Chelsea Hospital.

  • Contact Information

    Address: Royal Hospital Rd, Chelsea, London SW3 4HT

    Nearest Tube Station: Sloane Square

    Nearest Train Station: Victoria

    Telephone: 020 7101 0220


    Venue Spaces
    Foyles Centre - NAM

    Foyle Centre

    The Foyle Centre has its own entrance on the west side of the building and is well connected to the rest of the museum and supporting facilities. (Capacities: up to 200)

    Foyer - NAM


    The Foyer can be hired individually for evening receptions and networking events, or used in conjunction with other spaces in the Museum for pre-dinner drinks, registration and display stands. (Capacity: up to 220)



    With a soaring glass ceiling, high-level walkways and a fabric installation inspired by the ribbons on medals, the Atrium is a dynamic, contemporary space flooded with natural light at the heart of the Museum. (Capacity: up to 150)

    Cafe - NAM


    The Café is located on a mezzanine level at the front of the Museum; a glazed balustrade overlooks the Atrium. A light, airy space, its design is modern and stylish with a glass façade looking onto Royal Hospital Road. (Capacity: up to 290)

    Boardroom - NAM


    The Boardroom provides an impressive setting for breakfast or boardroom meetings, presentations, small drinks receptions or intimate dinners. (Capacity: up to 50)

  • Meeting Rooms

  • Conferences

  • Christmas Parties

  • Summer Parties

  • Private Dining

  • Weddings

  • Cookhouse Cafe

  • Request a Showround

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