For the centenary year, The National Museum of the Royal Navy (NMRN) will open a major exhibition to commemorate the largest naval battle in history, the Battle of Jutland.
‘36 Hours: Jutland 1916, The Battle That Won The War’ will be the most comprehensive exhibition ever staged on the subject, and will highlight the essential role of the British Royal Navy in winning the First World War.
Through never-before-seen displays and immersive galleries the exhibition will challenge the belief that the Battle of Jutland was a German victory. The National Museum of the Royal Navy will present the battle as a British victory, both tactically and strategically.
Working with IWM (Imperial War Museums), the exhibition will provide a once-in-a-generation opportunity to view the National Museum of the Royal Navy’s collection together with objects from 21 private lenders and five public organisations. The Jutland exhibition will be the largest ever and is part of a wider NMRN First World War centenary programme, The Great War at Sea. The exhibition launch coincides with the NMRN’s other major contribution to the Jutland centenary, the opening of the battle’s only survivor HMS Caroline, in Belfast 2016.
Category: Arts | Visual Arts | Museum.
Adult: GBP 10,
Groups: GBP 8,
Concessions: GBP 8,
Child: GBP 5,
Family: GBP 25.