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Royal Armouries Museum
Armouries Drive
Leeds
West Yorkshire

LS10 1LT | View map
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3,000 years of history covered by over 8,000 spectacular exhibits in stunning surroundings, make this world famous collection of arms and armour a must-see attraction. Experience an exciting combination of breathtaking displays, costumed demonstrations, and dramatic interpretations. Live action events, entertaining films, interactive technology and thrilling exhibitions.

There really is something for everybody, with five magnificent galleries themed on War, Tournament, the Orient, Self-defence and Hunting. You'll marvel at our priceless displays including Henry VIII's magnificent tournament armour and the awesome 16th century Mughal elephant armour.

With authentic demonstrations of jousting, falconry and pollaxe combat, we guarantee an unforgettable day out from start to finish.

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Nearest UK Airport: Leeds and Bradford
Months Open: Daily: 10am - 5pm (except Christmas Eve & Christmas Day)
Groups/Parties Welcome: Yes
Discount for Groups: Yes
Coach Parking: Yes
Car Parking: Yes
Conference Facilities: Yes
Admission Price: Free
Gift Shop: Yes
Catering: Restaurant/Café/Refreshments

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