It's a treasure trove of military history and artefacts. Lawrence of Arabia’s robes, the Duke of Wellington’s cloak, the skeleton of Napoleon’s horse, the coat worn by the man who carried the order to the front for the Charge of the Light Brigade are just some of the highlights to be found at the National Army Museum in London, which reopened after a three-year, multi million redevelopment. The major overhaul has opened the original building to dramatically transform the space. There are now five permanent thematic galleries – soldier, Army, Battle, Society and Insight – and over 2,500 objects on display, two-thirds of which are on show for the first time. The 500m2 temporary exhibition space opened with War Paint: Brushes with Conflict, displaying over 130 paintings and objects. Completing the Museum is the Templer Study Centre, Learning Centre, brand new cafe, shop and Play Base, where children aged up to eight can learn through play.