The Museum of Army Flying’s application for £1.59 million National Lottery funding has been given the green light. This means that its exciting re-development plan, Project Eagle, can go ahead.   The funding – a Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) grant made possible by money raised by National Lottery players, has been matched by a further £900,000 raised by the Museum itself, bringing the total project costs to nearly £3million. Project Eagle focuses on the expansion

2017 Conference

Posted on 21st November 2017

Our 2017 conference was an amazing success! We tried out a new format mixing traditional conference discussion with a second day workshop programme. The feedback has been overwhelmingly positive and we hope to be able to deliver a similar programme of activity in 2018. Below you can download some of the presentations delivered during the event. Link to powerpoints:

RnR events – find out more

Posted on 14th June 2017

Bringing cross-sector skills together As part of the Arts Council England (ACE) funded project AMOT is running three Resilience not Reliance business engagement events for members to get involved with. The events will bring together army museums, charities, social enterprises, entrepreneurs, business owners, other museum representatives, arts and heritage organisations, and more to network and look at how working collaboratively can build resilience and sustainability. Attendees are supported in making connections and building relationships through networking, in

The new AMOT site goes live!

Posted on 12th June 2017

The launch of the new website We are pleased to announce the launch of the new Army Museums Ogilby Trust website. The site is still in development with new sections being added over the coming weeks. The new site will offer details of our army museums across the UK and also information related to museums collections, latest events, training courses and related news. We hope you enjoy the new site and please remember to keep