South Nottinghamshire Hussars Yeomanry Museum

About the museum A small regimental collection which can be viewed by appointment only. There is no charge for entry but donations are gratefully received. The regiment also contributes a representative display to the Queen’s Royal Lancers and Nottinghamshire Yeomanry Museum which opened at Thoresby Park in 2011.

Sherwood Rangers Yeomanry Museum

About the museum A small regimental collection which is open to the public by appointment only. Contact should be made through the Old Comrades Association.   The regiment contributes a representative display to the new Queen’s Royal Lancers and Nottinghamshire Yeomanry Museum at Thoresby Park.

Queen’s Royal Lancers Museum

About the museum The museum, based in Thorseby Park in Nottinghamshire opened in 2011. The Queen’s Royal Lancers and The Nottinghamshire Yeomanry, which is made up of The Sherwood Rangers Yeomanry and The South Nottinghamshire Hussars, have amalgamated their collections to create a combined museum within Thoresby Courtyard, in partnership with The Stonebridge Trust. The museum tells the human, social Read the Rest…

Newarke Houses Museum

About the Museum The regimental collection is displayed in dedicated galleries in the refurbished Newarke Houses Museum, Leicester. Discover more about the story of Leicester at war, through personal stories learn about the home front and the history of the regiment, including a recreation of a First World War trench with sound and lighting. The museum illustrates the history of Read the Rest…

Museum of the Mercian Regiment (WFR collection)

About the Museum The displays, which are housed in Nottingham Castle, cover the history of the Infantry Regiments and Soldiers of Derbyshire and Nottinghamshire from 1741 right up to the present day. Our history covers the Sherwood Foreseters, The Worcestershire and Sherwood Foreseters and The Mercian Regiment. Highlights of the gallery include a range of interactives, a rolling programme of Read the Rest…

Museum of Lincolnshire Life

About the Museum The Collections of the Royal Lincolnshire Regiment and the Lincolnshire Yeomanry, now owned by the Lincolnshire County Council, are housed in the Museum of Lincolnshire Life.  This is located in a listed barracks which was built in 1857 for the Royal Lincoln Militia.  The displays of uniforms, weapons, badges, medals and regimental memorabilia cover the history of Read the Rest…

Loughborough Carillon Tower & War Memorial Museum

About the Museum The Loughborough Carillon is first and foremost a war memorial to the fallen in two world wars, but it is also a museum with artifacts, documents and items that recall the events of those wars as they relate to Loughborough people. The Leicestershire Yeomanry Collection is displayed on the first floor of this museum which otherwise contains Read the Rest…

Abington Park Museum

Abington Park Museum The Regimental Collection traces the history of the County Regiment from its formation in 1741 to its amalgamation in 1960.  Items include uniforms, prints, pictures, silver, medals and other items of regimental significance. Uniforms and medals form the core of the Yeomanry Collection.  Records relating to The Northamptonshire Regiment can be seen by appointment (telephone 01604 837631). Read the Rest…

9th/12th Royal Lancers Regimental Museum

About the Museum The Regimental Museum of the 9th/12th Royal Lancers is housed within the Soldier’s Story Gallery at Derby Museum. It covers the history of the Regiment and its antecedent units from the Jacobite Rebellion of 1715 to more recent service in Afghanistan. The Soldier’s Story gallery tells the story of three local regiments; the 9th/12th Royal Lancers, the Read the Rest…