Suffolk Regiment Museum***

About the museum The museum re-opened in 2004 following extensive renovation and houses a well-presented, comprehensive collection of objects associated with the County Regiment of Suffolk. The displays tell the story of the regiment from its foundation in 1685 to amalgamation with the Royal Norfolk Regiment in 1959. The history covers the regular, militia, volunteer and war-time battalions as well Read the Rest…

Royal Norfolk Regimental Museum***

About the museum The Royal Norfolk Regiment collection is varied, ranging from medals and uniforms, weapons and equipment to items collected by soldiers from around the world. There is a display about Edith Cavell, who was a local girl, famous for her nursing in the First World War, but executed by German firing squad. While much of the Regiment collection Read the Rest…

Royal Anglian Regiment Museum***

About the museum The museum is based within the Duxford Imperial War Museum complex, inside the Land Warfare Hall.  The collection covers the history of The Royal Anglian Regiment since the amalgamations of the former County Regiments of East Anglia and the East Midlands, 1958-1960.  The several amalgamations which preceded today’s regiment date back to 1685 and are well illustrated Read the Rest…

Muckleburgh Military Museum***

About the Museum Muckleburgh Military Museum includes a small regimental collection for the Suffolk and Norfolk Yeomanry within a much larger display of weapons, vehicles and equipment totalling thousands of objects and models. The Muckleburgh Collection is the UK’s largest privately owned working Military Collection with 25 Tanks all in working order. The Museum also has, ‘The Central Hall’ located Read the Rest…

Military Intelligence Museum***

About the Museum The Military Intelligence Museum displays key elements of the history of British Military Intelligence. Combining the Intelligence Corps collection of artefacts with tales of bravery and derring do with the Medmenham Collection of aerial imagery and reconnaissance analysis highlighting the use of 3D imagery in the first world war and then again with huge success in WWII. Read the Rest…

IWM Duxford, Cambridgeshire Regiment***

About the Museum The Cambridgeshire Regiment Collection is a small but well presented display of items associated with the County’s volunteer infantry regiment. It is housed within the Land Warfare Hall, Imperial War Museum, Duxford.

North Hertfordshire Museum***

About the Museum The North Hertfordshire Museum is currently undergoing major redevelopment.  The regimental collection is not open for general admission, but guided tours can be arranged.  There is a small collection of uniforms, badges, weapons and medals of the Yeomanry and Artillery units raised in Hertfordshire from 1794 to modern times.  Please check the museum’s website or their Facebook Read the Rest…

Hertfordshire Regiment Museum***

About the Museum Re-opened in 2010 after extensive refurbishment the Hertford Museum houses a small regimental collection on the 1st floor.  The display includes uniforms, medals, silver and other regimental memorabilia. The museum currently houses a major exhibition about the Regiment during the First World War, “From Bull Plain to Battlefields”.

Essex Yeomanry Museum***

About the Museum A small regimental collection located within Chelmsford Museum as part of the Essex Regiment displays and collection. See Essex Regiment entry for details of opening hours, facilities, etc.

Essex Regiment Museum***

About the Museum Held within Chelmsford Museum, the regiment collection traces the history of the Regiment from 1741 to the present day. Uniforms, trophies – includes the Salamanca Eagle captured from the French 62nd Regiment – badges, insignia, weapons and regimental memorabilia reflect the worldwide service of the Essex Regiment in the service of the Crown. Access to a comprehensive Read the Rest…