The Leeds Royal Armouries Museum is a branch of the Royal Armouries Museum, headquartered in London. The museum opened in 1996 and is free to visit. The exhibition hall has five floors and is divided into several exhibition areas. Exhibits are rich, there are
The armors and weapons used in medieval wars and the medieval cavalry include weapons used in wars during the 17th and 20th centuries, including tanks, mortars, heavy machine guns, rifles, and armored vehicles. Can understand the history of human weapons development and the degree of progress.
Admission is free. It takes 18 minutes to walk east from Leeds Station. There are various weapons from the cold weapon era to the contemporary era. The main guns are mainly guns. It is very worth seeing for military fans.
great museum lots to do and see great views of the river side too. staff are very friendly and helpful.
1st, it's free ! There's lots to see and to really absorb what's there fully you may need to go twice ! More armour and weapons from centuries gone than you can shake a stick at.
People who like history and weapons should like it very much. Two or three hours have passed after looking at the introduction and the exhibits. Those who are not interested in weapons should find it very boring. After entering it, I was completely shocked. From ancient times to the present, all countries in the world have basically all kinds of weapons. Basically, I have seen all the types of arms and weapons seen in "Age of Empires".