Imperial War Museum Photos Inside 

The Imperial War Museum in London tells the stories of people's experiences from the First World War to the present day.

The museum also depicts the impact of the second world war and current conflicts and warfare on the places and people.

At the museum's entrance are two massive naval guns. These naval guns have a range of 15 miles and were built for two different British naval ships during World War I.

Naval Gun

Bulky, lumbering beasts were created in 1915. A museum shows their progress. Tourists can see a WWI British tank, a Russian T34, and an American Sherman.


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Imperial war museum reflects an in-depth study of 20th-century aero city, i.e., first-hand testimonies of those who experienced history's darkest chapter.

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Via stores and pictures, you'll return to the northern France trenches and learn how frontline life differs from homefront shortages and struggles.

Gallery Of World War I

As soon as you enter the Imperial war museum London, you see massive V-weapons. These Vengeance rockets destroyed homes at the end of the war.

World War II Rocket

The Imperial War Museum is open daily from 10-6. The museum is best from 11 am to 4 pm; to avoid crowds, arrive early.

George V opened the Crystal Palace War Museum. After moving twice due to wartime additions, the museum reopened in 1936 on Lambeth Road in south London.