Swing and jive to the sounds of the big band in an authentic 40s-style dance night at the National Army Museum.
Ladies can get themselves made-up at the 1940s make-up stand, and gents can treat their girl to a sepia-toned souvenir photo. So get your dancing shoes on, defy uncle Adolf and party through the Blitz!
The National Army Museum covers British military history from the mid 15th-century until the present day, with a fine collection of uniforms, weapons, maps and photographs.
ian meyer – “This is like a poor man's Imperial War Museum. It covers the same sort of stuff all the way up to World War II. I didn't think the place was going to be so bug, but there's quite a lot of stuff there but unfortunatly the displ… more”
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