The numbers: the National Army Museum

The figures behind the museum of the British Army

The National Army Museum's website
The National Army Museum's website

£7.27m - The charity's income for the year ending March 2011, compared with £6.88m in the previous year

£6.31m - The museum's grant-in-aid from the Ministry of Defence, compared with £5.51m in the previous year. The grant was the museum's principal source of funding

£827k - Free reserves at year-end, equal to about six weeks of expenditure

£100k - No employee was paid more than this

247,000 - The number of visitors to the museum in the year, up from 229,000 last year

£65.5m - The estimated book value of heritage assets held by the museum

94,000 - The number of objects listed in its online inventory.

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