The Imperial War Museum is a memorial to the British martyrs of World War I, and traces British military history from the start of the war in 1914 to the present day, covering the Cold War, espionage activities and 'Crimes Against Humanity'

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Imperial War Museum, London

The Imperial War Museum is a memorial to the British martyrs of World War I, and traces British military history from the start of the war in 1914 to the present day, covering the Cold War, espionage activities and 'Crimes Against Humanity'.

The Imperial War Museum is a memorial to the British martyrs of World War I, and traces British military history from the start of the war in 1914 to the present day, covering the Cold War, espionage activities and 'Crimes Against Humanity'. Previously used as the Bethlehem Royal Hospital, the building has 15 inch naval guns outside the entrance.


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About Imperial War Museum

 Lambeth Rd, SE1 6HZ

 +44 20 7416 53

 [email protected]

 www.iwm.org.uk

Imperial War Museum and Nearby Sights on Map

Lambeth Palace

The Lambeth Palace on the south bank of the Thames has been the official London residence of the Archbishop of Canterbury since the 13th century

Leake Street

The Leake Street, also known as the 'Banksy tunnel', has a 300 m-street wall under the platform and tracks of Waterloo Station, completely covered in graffiti - initially created during the 'Cans Festival' organised by Banksy in 2008

Kennington Park

Kennington Park is a small London park with some lovely flower gardens, historic trees, War Memorial, a Rastafarian Temple in St Agnes Place and a cricket ground

Gabriel's Wharf

Gabriel's Wharf on the south bank of the Thames has an eclectic mix of independent boutique design shops, cafes and restaurants

OXO Tower

The OXO Tower is frequented by people visiting the restaurant, brasserie and bar on the top floor, which offer a great view over the Thames

Museum of Garden History

In an old church which is also hosted the tomb of Captain Bligh of The Bounty mutiny fame

South Bank

BFI IMAX Cinema

The Odeon BFI IMAX is one of the largest cinema screens in the UK at 26 metre wide and 20 metre high

The Thames

Kingston borough has recently put a lot of effort into redeveloping the riverfront, and it is an extrememly pleasant way to spend a summer day

National Theatre

The Royal National Theatre has three large auditoriums - the Olivier, the Lyttelton and the Cottesloe