This year’s AGM will be held in the Board Room of Mark Masons’ Hall starting at 6.30pm, and afterwards there will be drinks in the bar. Please don’t forget the Mark Masons’ Hall dress code: no jeans, trainers or t-shirts.
Galleries which draw on the museum’s unparalleled First World War collections – the richest and most comprehensive in the world.
The galleries feature objects both large and small, including artillery guns, weapons and uniforms as well as personal love letters, photographs, art and film. Highlights include a recreated trench featuring a Sopwith Camel fighter plane swooping low overhead and a Mark V tank looming from above.
Our guide will reveal the stories behind the objects on display – such as the controversial ‘White Feather’; the stuffed head of Tirpitz the pig and even the coat worn by Kaiser Wilhelm II – as we are led you on a private tour through the Battle of the Somme exhibition.
The tour lasts for approximately one hour. Tours are not recommended for children under the age of 7 and children under 16 must be accompanied by an adult.
You can book your tickets here.
The English-speaking Lodges of the Grande Loge Nationale Française, will be having a joint meeting in Paris on 24 June, 2017. So why not make a day trip of it – or even a weekend – and join us for this very special and memorable event.
Details of this event, including timings, and how to book tickets can be found here.