Royal Ulster Rifles Museum

About the museum The museum houses an extensive collection of uniforms, badges, medals and regimental memorabilia covering the history of the Regiment and the campaigns in which it has fought since its formation in 1793.   Research can be carried out and is currently £28.00 per enquiry – payable IN ADVANCE. Cheques or postal orders should be made out to Read the Rest…

Royal Irish Regimental Museum – CLOSED

About the museum The museum is currently closed, pending relocation. The collection traces the history of the Regiment from the raising of its most senior antecedent, the Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers in 1689, to the present day with an emphasis on the activities of the Royal Irish Regiment and its immediate predecessors the Royal Irish Rangers and the Ulster Defence Regiment. Read the Rest…

Royal Irish Fusiliers Regimental Museum

About the museum The museum is in Sovereign’s House, a Grade 2 listed building. The Eagle Takers Gallery won the Best Exhibition in Ireland in 2003. The collection contains the uniforms, medals, regalia and the two Victoria Crosses won by the Regiment. 1917 on the Western Front saw both sides beleaguered and bogged down for yet another year! The Third Read the Rest…

North Irish Horse

About the Museum A small regimental collection open to members of the squadron and regimental association but temporarily closed to the public. The Secretary may be contacted at 028 9146 1077.

Inniskillings Museum

About the Museum Enniskillen is the only town in the United Kingdom to have given its name to two Regiments and this museum is an important regimental collection telling their story. The Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers (Colonel Zachariah Tiffin’s Regiment, then 27th (Inniskilling) Regiment of Foot) originated in 1688-89 and their story is told down to amalgamation in 1968 and beyond, Read the Rest…