17th April to the 22nd July at Royal Engineers Museum
The Crimean War (1853-6) is recognised as the first conflict where photography and news correspondents were present. In addition, it’s the last war, at least officially, where wives accompanied soldiers to the front line.
From this starting point, this exhibition will feature art inspired by the past and present lives of women in the armed forces.
Their experience is a mirror that gives us a raw image of our shared values, aims and aspirations.
The exhibition is included in standard admission prices:
Adult – £8.80
Child (Aged 5-16) – £4.40
Senior Citizen – £7.00
Student – £7.00
Family Ticket (2 adults and 2 children) – £23.50
Tickets are valid for a whole year!