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All reviews crossbow range elephant armour sword fighting five floors suits of armour free entry all ages free water taxi few hours interactive displays on display picnic area great place to visit couple of hours rainy day gift shop the ground floor
We visited as a family today and I'm still trying to think of a word other than "wow!" To describe it - completely speechless!
My partner specializes in arms and armour, I'm studying for my History degree and my parents are fascinated by History too...More
Spent an enjoyable morning wandering the museum which has an incredible collection of arms. I think you would need several visits to truly appreciate the collections of the various eras. Park your car at the multi story car park close by it is relatively cheap...More
I have visited the royal armouries several times and have never been disappointed! With free entry and fantastic extra events, shows and talks on throughout the day amongst 5 floors of fascinating artefacts from history what more could you ask for in a family day...More
Took a short break near to Leeds & often passed the sign on the A1, so decide to make a visit while nearby. This was a truly great experience from the Steel Staircase at the end of the entrance to the many fascinating exhibits &...More
This was free of charge to get in but it is that good I would have been happy to pay an admission fee, we were there for about 3 hours the exhibitions are excellent and really interesting, we went to the crossbow shooting and had...More
Truthfully, we came to visit here because my 12 year old son is very interested in military history but we all actually enjoyed it.
It was far bigger and better than I’d expected. It is crammed full of so many different types of armour and...More
If you're visiting Leeds, or live there and have never been, I highly recommend a visit. This museum is free to visit but donations can be made if you wish. It's accessible to all ages and all mobility levels. Some parts of the exhibition is...More
If you fancy a free trip by a river taxi! Come out of The southern new exit and then down some steps into the backyard of the canal and river Aire. Around the corner there are river taxis, yellow, where you can hop on one of... More
If you fancy a free trip by a river taxi! Come out of The southern new exit and then down some steps into the backyard of the canal and river Aire. Around the corner there are river taxis, yellow, where you can hop on one of them and they take you to the museum. Very classy. You can come back on them too. Enjoy!!