AS THE SOUTH AFRICAN Air Force Museum celebrated its opening to the public at Swartkop on May 15, special markings were the order of the day with two…

The Russian Federation has a great many military vehicle and equipment museums, more than most people resident in the country can easily visit on the , occasional weekend…

The architectural firm of Herzog and de Meuron, which has now been operating long enough to be almost ‘old guard’, remains nonetheless one of the most reliable sources…

Year of birth of photography is considered to be 1838 minutes, and exactly a century after the invention of the Frenchman Daguerre his daguerreotypes (under the title picture,…

With its over-sized, over-stuffed walrus, jellyfish with knotted tendrils, and quirky world music gallery, the Horniman Museum and Gardens is held in real fondness by south Londoners. As…

This feature aims to be the first in a series of articles hoping to draw the reader’s attention towards some of the UK’s hidden gems; collections of military…

By my count, I’ve visited close to 400 military museums of different sizes and shapes in three or four-dozen countries, but the American Armor Foundation Tank Museum in…

MMI made a return trip to what must be one of the largest private collections open to the general public in the UK While I’m sure that there…

At the beginning 1987, the Council of Ministers of the RSFSR issued a decree on the establishment of the State Historical and Literary Museum-Reserve Pushkin «Zaharovo — Big…