The WW1 Centenary Exhibition, to commemorate the Centenary of the First World War is the most historical and significant exhibition from the IWM to ever leave Great Britain.
Told through over 350 precious artifacts, The WW1 Centenary Exhibition will enable visitors to encounter the story of the War as never before. This multi-sensory, collections-rich journey will bring visitors face-to-face with objects and stories that illuminate the experience and personal stories of war, and show how it was fought on such an enormous, industrial and worldwide scale.
This world-first new exhibition will take visitors on a journey of how the war was fought on land, in the air, and at sea, focusing on what it was like for people at the time, and its long lasting legacy. With original and rare artefacts, dramatic film, famous artworks, poignant images and atmospheric soundscapes including an immersive trench like experience.
During the centenary of the First World War, this blockbuster exhibition will touch, inspire and inform visitors of all ages.
Where: Melbourne Museum
When: 18 April 2015 – 4 October 2015
Open 7 days