Student taking notes in the Leeds oriental gallery of an Islamic horseman

Facilities

The Royal Armouries Museum in Leeds offers a range of facilities for our visitors.

Shopping

Our shop stocks a large range of books, videos and DVD’s, replica swords and armour as well as a good range of stationery, gifts and jewellery. There is plenty for the children too, from toys and costumes to books and games.

Don’t worry if you can’t get to one of our museums to make a purchase, visit our online shop.

Places to eat

Nelson Bistro: ground floor
Coffee shop: floor 2
Picnic area: floor 4

In the vicinity of the museum there is a range of restaurants and shops.

Access for visitors with disabilities

The Royal Armouries Museum is committed to providing a full range of facilities to enhance the enjoyment of all our visitors.

For further details visit our access page or contact us.

Did you know?

Thunder birds are go!

Artillery pieces before about 1700 were often classified by names. A rare type of very big gun was known as a basilisk, a more common long powerful gun was known as a culverin while smaller versions were named after birds of prey such as saker and falcon.