Land Warfare houses one of the finest collections of tanks, military vehicles and artillery in the country
Discover the history of ground combat and see some of the biggest tanks and military vehicles developed
Step back in time by peering into one of General Montgomery's famous caravans, used in north-west Europe
Find out more about a variety of conflicts and explore their global impact
From the awesome artillery barrages of the First World War, through the giant tank battles of the Second World War, to the high-speed conflict of modern-day conflicts, Land Warfare charts how technological advances have changed the face of war.
Within Land Warfare, The Forgotten War exhibition highlights the political, military and the personal aspects of the Second World War in the Far East, the Pacific and in particular, Burma between 1941 and 1945.
Land Warfare is also home to The Royal Anglian Regiment Museum, which covers the history of the East and Royal Anglian Regiments since the amalgamations of the former County Regiments from 1958–1960.
Please note that during the winter period from 27 October 2013 until 14 March 2014, the Land Warfare exhibition will be open daily from noon. During the winter period the rest of the museum is open as usual from 10am until 4pm.
Collections in Context
War Industry during the First World War
As the scale and the duration of the First World War escalated, the priority for every combatant nation was to ensure that their armed forces had sufficient weaponry, supplies and equipment...
The War in the Pacific during the Second World War
On 7 December 1941, Japan launched a surprise air attack on the US naval base at Pearl Harbor in Hawaii...