The British Red Cross museum and archives contain a fascinating portrait of our humanitarian work.
Find out about tours, research visits and our exhibitions, and the other services we can provide.
The collection includes objects and records from our beginnings in 1870 right up to our contribution to today's society.
Browse photos and stories and search for your family's personnel cards to discover what 90,000 Red Cross volunteers did during the war.
The Changi quilt might look like an innocent craft project - but its patchwork squares tell a different story.
See what objects and records we collect, how we decide what to collect and read our collections development policy.
Explore our museum and open archives
collections on our online database.
Find out about the 150 unique items that tell the story of 150 years of British Red Cross history.
We are marking our anniversary by recognising the people who built the Movement one act of kindness at a time.
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