The award winning REME Museum tells the exciting story of the Corps of the Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers. From their formation during WWII in 1942 to their work today. The Museum provide a unique interactive experience for all ages. Learn all about the history of the Corps and listen to the tales of those who have served. Discover fascinating stories, such as how REME saved VW from being dismantled for ever. Find out why the Museum has the bronze boots from the large statue of Mussolini that once stood in the Piazza Castello in Tripoli. Throughout the eight modern galleries you will see objects from the Museums many collections; large armoured recovery vehicles, medals, uniforms, tools, sports trophies, paintings and weapons. Test your skill on one of the many interactives such the recovery vehicle simulator.
The Museum’s archives holds thousands of photographs and associated documents and the archives team can assist with research enquiries (pre booked appointments only)
The education suite provides educational workshops based around the national curriculum. There is even a conference room available for hire.