Army Museums

The Surrey Infantry Museum

The Surrey Infantry Museum


YesCoach Parking
YesCar Parking
YesLecture Room

Other: Disabled access

How to get there:
The museum stands 300 yards north of the A246 and A247 junction. From Clandon station, Guildford- Leatherhead bus to Clandon crossroads.

The museum re-opened recently after an extensive refurbishment. Housed in the National Trust property of Clandon Park, the museum tells the story of England’s senior infantry regiment and its antecedent three county regiments of Surrey in a comprehensive display of important objects covering the period 1661 to the present day. Researchers are welcome but are advised to contact the curator for an appointment.

Princess of Wales’s Royal Regiment (Queen’s and Royal Hampshires), Queen’s Royal Surrey Regiment, Queen’s Royal Regiment (West Surrey), Queen’s (Royal West Surrey) Regiment, Royal West Surrey Regiment (The Queen’s), Royal West Surreys, Princess of Wales’s Own Regiment of Foot, Queen’s Royal Regiment, Queen’s (Second) Royal Regiment of Foot, Queen’s Own Royal Regiment of Foot, Queen Dowager’s Regiment of Foot, Queen Dowager’s Regiment, Queen’s Regiment, Henry Mordaunt, Earl of Peterborough – The Tangier Regiment, East Surrey Regiment, 31st (Huntingdonshire) Regiment, 31st (or Huntingdonshire) Regiment of Foot, 31st Regiment of Foot, Villier’s Regiment of Marines, Goring’s Marines, Churchill’s Marines, Luttrell’s Marines, 70th (Surrey) Regiment, 70th (or The Glasgow Lowland) Regiment of Foot, Glasgow Greys, 70th (or The Surrey) Regiment of Foot, 70th Regiment of Foot.

Opening Hours:
Easter to end Oct daily (less Mon , Fri & Sat) 1200 - 1700 and Bank Holiday Mon.

The Surrey Infantry Museum

The Surrey Infantry Museum
Clandon Park,

Tel: 01483 223419

Fax: 01483 223419



Ian Chatfield

Admission charges:
Adult: Free
Seniors: Free
Groups: By appointment
Children: Free
School Parties: By appointment

By appointment