From your local regimental military museum and national collections to forts, redoubts, bunkers and historic battlefields, Britain's military heritage is rich and varied. Explore it all here with Culture24 museum news, exhibition reviews, features, military museum events, websites and more...
Culture24 talks to RAF Museum Conservation Centre Manager Darren Priday about the project to conserve the remains of the last German Dornier 17 World War Two bomber.
An "unbelievably exciting" two-day salvage operation by divers and historians in Birkenhead has raised the LCT 7074, which played a pivotal role in the D-Day campaign.
HMS Caroline, the lone survivor of the largest naval battle of World War I, will be turned into a major museum - 90 years after she moved to Belfast Harbour.
Browse our slideshow to get a taste of First World War fashions and clothing, as covered by the Illustrated London News, The Tatler and other illustrated magazines of the period.
The remains of Richard III will visit churches and landmarks from the King's final days on a journey next March, moving from the University of Leicester to the city's cathedral.
The Sensory War 1914-2014 brings together artists from the Great War with later works about Vietnam, Congo, Afghanistan and the Gulf.
Extraordinary box of treasures discovered in attic reveals one man’s life during the First World War
A metal box discovered by National Trust volunteers in an attic at Scotney Castle in Kent has revealed a treasure trove of First World War militaria and memorabilia from a Brigadier-General.
Alan Turing's World War II codebreaking Bombe is best invention, says Institution of Mechanical Engineers
The machine which decoded 5,000 German messages a day during the Second World War has narrowly beaten Concorde in a poll of engineering experts and fans.
Ahead of the museum's first major exhibition in more than ten years - this December's First World War in the Air show - curators are inviting one blogger to be a part of it.
The RAF Museum has placed one of its prized exhibits, a WWI Sopwith Camel, high in the rafters of the new First World War in the Air exhibition space which opens in December 2014.
The Mary Rose Trust hopes to retrieve a data-logger, installed during a dive in June to monitor the remains of the 17th century shipwreck, during its latest mission next month.
The lives of American personnel who served on British airbases during World War Two are being brought to life in a new crowdsourcing web project launched by IWM Duxford.
Writer Helen Cross and artist Carol Adlam have recreated the renowned trench magazine in a stylish graphic art book as part of the World War I Centenary. Win it here.
Was King Harold buried at Waltham Abbey years after the Battle of Hastings? New scan could reveal all
Stonemason Peter Burke decided to investigate the grounds of Waltham Abbey during research for a history trilogy. TV teams are now following his quest for King Harold.
See pictures from the Yorkshire Dales site where remnants of a village created more than a century ago have been found.