Army Museums

Royal Welch Fusiliers Museum


YesCoach Parking
YesCar Parking
YesLecture Room

Other: Castle facilities. Adjacent parking.

How to get there:
A55 from Chester or A487 from South and Mid Wales and follow signs to the museum. By rail to Bangor and then bus or taxi to Caernarfon.

The collection covers the 300 hundred year history of Walesís oldest infantry regiment and occupies five floors in two towers of the castle. There are fine displays of uniforms, medals and regimental memorabilia from the many campaigns in which it has fought. There is also reference to the Regimentís famous First World War literary heritage linked to Robert Graves, Siegfried Sassoon, David Jones, Frank Richards and Dr Dunn. The regimental library and archive are not held on site and may be viewed by appointment only.

The Royal Welsh, Royal Welch Fusiliers, Royal Welsh Fusiliers, 23rd Regiment of Foot (Royal Welsh Fusiliers), Royal Regiment of Welsh Fusiliers, Prince of Walesís Own Royal Welsh Fuziliers, Welsh Regiment of Fuziliers, Lord Herbert of Chirburyís Regiment of Foot, Herbertís Regiment, Purcellís Regiment, Morganís Regiment, Ingoldsbyís Regiment, Sabineís Regiment, Peerís Regiment, Huskeís Regiment. Denbighshire Hussars Yeomanry, Montgomeryshire Hussars Yeomanry

Opening Hours:
Mar - Jun 9.30am - 5pm; Jul - Aug 9.30am - 6.00pm; Sept - Oct 9.30am - 5.00pm; Nov - Mar 10am - 4pm Mon to Sat 11am -4pm Sun

Royal Welch Fusiliers Museum

Royal Welch Fusiliers Museum
The Castle,
LL55 2AY

Tel: 01286 673362

Fax: 01286 677042



Brian Owen AMA

Admission charges:
Adult: £4.90 - Castle entry
Seniors: £4.50 - Castle entry
Groups: Direct with CADW
Children: £4.50 - Castle entry
School Parties: Direct with CADW

Family ticket £15