Waterloo Remodelled

Waterloo Uncovered are proud to present a never seen before exhibition at the National Army Museum this October. A brand new, highly accurate diorama of the Battle of Waterloo has been created by Major General James Cowan, supported by model painters from around the world.

1815 Challenge

Take the 1815 ChallengeWant to get fit and give back this summer? Join our 1815 Challenge and run, swim, walk or cycle 18.15km for veterans! You can do it alone or as part of a team, all at once or in bits and pieces…the choice is yours. Shake off lockdown and do 18.15km (11 miles) your way this summer while …

Veteran Jo Clark, the Sutton Hoo helmet, and Napoleon Bonaparte

June Dig Diary

In this month’s Dig Diary, we mark the bicentenary of Napoleon’s death, observe Mental Health Awareness Week, and fill you in on how the British Museum team got involved in our Virtual Programme!

French Near Victory at Waterloo?

The Duke of Wellington once described Waterloo as “the nearest-run thing you ever saw in your life.” Evidence uncovered by Waterloo Uncovered at Hougoumont and Mont-Saint-Jean has revealed just how true that statement is – and just how close Napoleon came to winning at the Battle of Waterloo.

Three images, of Gyles Brandreth, a fallen chestnut, and a participant on the Battlefields Uncovered course respectively

Spring Dig Diary

In this month’s Dig Diary, we fill you in on the loss of one of the last surviving witnesses of Waterloo, shine a spotlight on our 2021 programmes including Battlefields Uncovered; and recap our successful fundraising event, An Evening Uncovered.