National Army Museum launch a pop-up Tank Challenge as part of their Summer Mission: Fun and Games – inspired by Museum’s special exhibition.
The National Army Museum have given both big kids and little kids alike at Victoria Station the opportunity to take part in the remote control #TankChallenge.
The activity is part of their Summer Mission of fun and games. The Tank Challenge features a specially designed racing table with a 3D landscape of the capital. Participants had the opportunity to take part in steering their remote-controlled tank through the landmarks of London to see who could arrive first at the National Army Museum in Chelsea.
Having the opportunity to race again each other or against the clock aiming to get onto the daily leader board, created an exciting atmosphere. At the end of the challenge, they had a chance to claim a mystery tank-themed prize when they visit the museum.
Those who shared their pictures on social media also had the chance to win lunch at the Cookhouse Cafe.
This multi-generational pop-up reflects the Museum’s overall appeal in engaging people with the history of the British Army Museum. They are achieving this through interactive exhibits, a varied public programme, and engaging displays and galleries.
The #TankChallenge activity will run until the end of August. From Saturday 27th of July, it will be available in the Museum itself which is located in Chelsea, London.
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