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...
A crowdfunding campaign has been launched to open the Viking side of the site of the Battle of Fulford in Yorkshire, marking the 950th anniversary of the 1066 conflicts with a range of activities later this year.
100 years since the Battle of Jutland: UK exhibitions mark the greatest sea battle of the First World War
Exhibitions, installations, events and web projects are being launched across the UK to mark 100 years since the Battle of Jutland, on May 31 1916.
The Royal Voluntary Service is to digitise recently uncovered records, offering a new insight into life on the Home Front and the work of the WVS during the Second World War.
On the first anniversary of a fire at a Surrey National Trust house which destroyed a First World War football, re-enactors will embark on a two-day march with an Edwardian-style replica.
Object of the Week: The news sheets relating the King's surrender days after the fall of Newark in the English Civil War
In May 1646, news sheets - now held in the town's National Civil War - confirmed that Newark had been taken during a Civil War clash between the Parliamentary and Royalist forces.
Sicily: British Museum's Culture and Conquest exhibition paints colourful portrait of 4,000 years on an island
The history of Sicily's conquerors reads as a roll call of the great ancient civilisations in a fascinating - if somewhat sanitised - new exhibition, says Rachel Teskey.
Costing £100 and delivered in December 1686, James II’s harquebusier’s armour was the last suit of armour made for a British monarch. The helmet alone weighs more than 3kg.
Muskets, dysentry, bullet extractors and bone saws: The medical breakthroughs of the British Civil Wars
Soldiers in the Civil Wars were treated with bullet extractors, bone saws and skull elevators before the age of anaesthetic. But it was also a time when surgeons could experiment.
The battles of Verdun, Jutland and the Somme left a mass of untold stories and uncelebrated individuals behind. These ten objects help tell some of those tales.
Mysterious Culloden skull could have belonged to battlefield casualty who was charging forward or on hands and knees
A top section of a skull which has undergone 3D remodelling probably belonged to someone killed on the battlefield in a bloody meeting between the Highlanders and the King's troops in 1746.