Firepower: The Royal Artillery Museum was a military museum in Woolwich in south-east London, England, which tells the story of the Royal Regiment of Artillery and of the Royal Arsenal.
Firepower closed in July 2016 and its buildings were acquired by Greenwich Council, which has hopes of establishing a "significant new cultural and heritage quarter" on the site.
It is planned that the Royal Artillery Museum collection will be displayed as part of a Salisbury Plain Heritage Centre in Wiltshire in 2020 (the Royal Artillery's regimental headquarters having itself moved in 2008 from Woolwich to Larkhill Camp, on the Plain). Until then, the exhibits are being stored and conserved in a museum store in Wiltshire, but there is no public access. At Woolwich a permanent Royal Regiment of Artillery gallery is planned as part of the Greenwich Heritage Centre on the Arsenal site.
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