Visit Us

On this page you will find links to clubs, societies and web communities for people who share an interest in military history and military vehicles.

The Royal Marines Museum
The Royal Marines Museum, situated on the seafront at Southsea, Portsmouth, celebrates the famous fighting spirit and long history of the Royal Marines.
The National Army Museum
The National Army Museum is the British Army's own museum. It tells the story of the Army as a whole from Agincourt in the Fifteenth Century to peacekeeping in the Twenty-first Century
Imperial War Museum
Official Website of The Imperial War Museum, which is unique in its coverage of conflicts, especially those involving Britain and the Commonwealth, from the First World War to the present day.
Mus des Blind of Saumur
French language web site of this "Museum of Armour"
California State Military Museum
Interesting and informative website of the California State Military Museum in Sacramento.
Russian National Tank Museum
Website of the Russian Tank Museum in Kubinka
Luxembourg National Army Museum
Take a journey back in time, to the snow-covered and icy Luxembourg Ardennes during winter 44-45,when the German army launched its last-gamble, the so-called ""Battle of the Bulge"" or ""Ardennes Offensive"".
The Gordon Highlanders Museum
Explore the history of the regiment of kilted soldiers of the North East of Scotland
Firepower - Woolwich, London
Museum of the Royal Regiment of Artillery, and the history of the ordnance manufacturing which for 300 years dominated the Arsenal.
Cobbaton Combat Collection
A private museum of military vehicles and equipment in Devon.
Defence of the Realm
The Defence of the Realm group is a collection of military Museums in Dorset and Hampshire.
The Fleet Air Arm Museum
Fleet Air Arm Museum - representing the flying arm of the Royal Navy. With four exhibition halls, over ninety aircraft and over 2 million records and 30 thousand artefacts the Museum is the world's second largest naval aviation Museum.
Norfolk Tank Museum
Situated in the idyllic Norfolk countryside by the ancient Tas Valley Way is our small, independent museum of Cold War militaria.