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Patrons of the National Army Museum


Last updated: 3 January 2014

Patrons of the National Army Museum share our vision for the future and are making our Building for the Future project possible.

Patrons enjoy unparalleled access to the Museum’s collections and expertise through talks and tours. Patrons also enjoy invitations to tours of other museums and sites around the UK with like-minded people. Support the National Army Museum and enjoy these benefits and more by joining one of our donor circles today.

All circle members will receive:

  • Reserved seating at Lunchtime Lectures
  • Free admission to paid talks and events for you and a guest
  • A 10 per cent discount on purchases in the Museum Shop and Cafe
  • Acknowledgement in the Annual Review, online and on a donor wall in the renovated Museum

The Major’s Circle

The Major’s Circle
£800+ pa

In addition to the benefits above, members of The Major’s Circle will enjoy:

  • An annual drinks reception and lecture
  • Quarterly updates on the Museum
  • Breakfast and curator-led private tours of temporary exhibitions (during closure this will be replaced by special tours of other sites)
  • Invitations to NAM events around the UK while the Museum is closed
  • Exclusive tours of other Museums and private collections with curators

The Brigadier’s Circle

The Brigadier’s Circle
£3,500+ pa

Members of The Brigadier’s Circle will receive the same benefits as The Major’s Circle, plus:

  • An annual lunch with the Director General
  • Personal updates on Museum news and events from the Director General

The General’s Circle

The General’s Circle
£8,000+ pa

Members of The General’s Circle will receive the same benefits as The Brigadier’s Circle, plus:

  • An annual lunch with the Chairman
  • A personal tour of part of the Museum’s collections for you and seven guests (1 per year)
  • Invitations to exclusive receptions with external speakers before paid lectures

How to become a patron

Please download the Patrons application form (1.3MB) and return it to:

The Development Office
National Army Museum
Royal Hospital Road
London SW3 4HT

Information & Enquiries

Contact the Development Office: