National Army Museum partnership

From 1 April 2022 and for the duration of the partnership, annual AIM membership fee costs for relevant museums will be covered by the National Army Museum.

Over 64 Regimental and Corps Museums have already joined, gaining free access to all the benefits of AIM membership>> including exclusive grants, support, micro-consultancies, training, events and more!

How to sign up 

New to AIM? Simply complete the Join AIM form>>  adding the code (NAM2022) as a suffix to your museum name.

For example, ‘The Museum of the Light Infantry (NAM2022)’.

You can find our museum size categories at the bottom of this page>>

Payment will be picked up by NAM – in the field relating to payment on the Joining form, we suggest you use ‘cheque’.

Existing AIM member? You need take no action, we will extend your membership to ensure you do not lose out. For example, if you joined, or renewed, six months prior to the partnership start date (01 04 22) we will extend your membership expiry by that same period, adding it on to when the partnership concludes.

If you have any queries on the new partnership, or AIM more generally, please don’t hesitate to contact us on membership@aim-museums.co.uk

Regimental and Corps Museum Case Studies

AIM support covers the breadth of museum practice, here’s a few examples of how we have helped members:

  • Supported by an AIM Hallmarks Award, Firing Line Museum of the Welsh Soldier undertook research to enable them to understand their visitors and non-visitors better, and to explore ways to build new audiences. Read the case study>>
  • The Gurkha Museum worked on developing their brand with support from AIM. Read the case study>>
  • AIM’s Pilgrim Trust Conservation Grant helped The Royal Army Physical Training Corps Museum conserve apparatus. Read the case study>>
  • The Fusilier Museum London used a Pilgrim Trust Conservation Grant to help with their collections move, Read the case study>>