Until 31 August 2015
From 'onesies' to wear in the air raid shelter to jewellery created from aeroplane parts our new exhibition looks at how fashion survived and even flourished under the strict rules of rationing in 1940s Britain.
Until 30 May 2016

Peter Kennard is Britain’s most important political artist whose imagery has become synonymous with the modern protest movement.

Until 25 September 2016

Discover a variety of imaginative responses to conflict, from surreal depictions of aircraft as creatures, to abstract views of bombing raids and detailed drawings of life in submarines.

Until 6 September 2015
Through the sound installation The Work v5, Stidworthy confronts the difficulties of communicating the traumatic experiences of former soldiers who suffer from PTSD.
Until 1 November 2015
This revealing exhibition provides a snapshot of this pivotal point in Afghanistan's history through the voices and experiences of British troops, members of the Afghan National Security Forces and UK government and NGO workers.
Coming soon: 15 October 2015 – 24 April 2016
Our new exhibition explores the impact of the Second World War on women's lives through the photography of Lee Miller, one of the most important female war photographers of the twentieth century.
Discover the story of the First World War through the lives of those who experienced it both on the front line and at home. Free admission.
The Holocaust Exhibition traces the Nazi persecution and murder of Europe’s Jews from 1933 to 1945.
This free exhibition tells the story of how ordinary people braved the challenges of life at home during the Second World War through the eyes of the Allpress family, who lived in Stockwell, London.
Discover people’s stories of modern war and conflict through some of the more unexpected objects from our collections.