Greenwich Heritage Centre***

About the Museum ‘Making Woolwich – The Royal Regiment of Artillery in Woolwich’ is an exhibition in the Greenwich Heritage Centre, on the historic Royal Arsenal, Woolwich. It has been developed in collaboration with the people of Woolwich and the Royal Borough of Greenwich. RGHT has come to you to discover your stories and histories of the Royal Artillery and Read the Rest…

Middlesex Regiment (Territorial) Collection***

About the collection A small collection of regimental memorabilia, uniforms, badges, medals, photographs, archives and regimental silver related to the Volunteer Rifle Corps and Territorial battalions of the Middlesex Regiment.  Now in the care of B (Queen’s Regiment) Company of The London Regiment.  The collections also covers the current operational employment of the Company. More material related to the Regular battalions Read the Rest…

Westminster Dragoons Museum***

About the museum A small private collection relating to the Westminster Dragoons. A small private collection relating to the Westminster Dragoons. The collection is currently in storage during the refurbishment of premises and a ongoing plan to display the history of the Westminster Dragoons is anticipated to start mid 2014. Email correspondence with the curator will be forwarded from the Read the Rest…

Scots Guards Archive***

About the museum Regimental Headquarters Scots Guards (RHQ) at Wellington Barracks houses the collections of the Scots Guards Charitable Funds. These collections of objects and archives are maintained by the Trustees of the Scots Guards Charitable Funds. The Archives collection holds records relating to the Third Regiment of Foot Guards, the Scots Fusilier Guards and the Scots Guards and their Read the Rest…

Royal Hospital Museum***

About the museum The home of the world famous Chelsea Pensioner since 1692, the Royal Hospital Chelsea itself is in many ways a living museum, but we also have a dedicated museum with some of our more unusual items on display. The Museum details the history and life of the Royal Hospital and its In-Pensioners together with displays of artefacts, Read the Rest…

National Army Museum***

About the Museum In a chronological series of four major galleries the National Army Museum traces the history of the British Army and its role in the making of Britain from the middle ages to the present day. Its collection is a treasure trove of artefacts and archives that touch on events ranging from those of national and international importance, Read the Rest…

Museum of Army Music***

About the Museum This small but fascinating collection and memorabilia associated with military music from the last two hundred years, including a bugle found on the battlefield the day after the Battle of Waterloo, and a Cavalry & Trumpet used at The Charge of the Light Brigade, is open to the public by prior arrangement. The interactive displays of music, Read the Rest…