Sussex & Surrey Yeomanry Museum***

About the museum A small collection of items associated with the Sussex and Surrey Yeomanry is housed in the restored coastal fort that guards the entrance to Newhaven Harbour.  The fort also has a range of other exhibits recounting the history of the area at war, including the First and Second World Wars.   There is also a history of Read the Rest…

Soldiers of Oxfordshire Museum***

About the museum The Soldiers of Oxfordshire Museum is not a Regimental Museum more a Military Museum related to the connection between the Military of Oxfordshire and the County in which they are based, hence our strap line of “Conflict and County”. At the heart of the Museum will always be the rich histories of the two County Regiments; The Read the Rest…

Royal Military Academy Sandhurst Museum***

About the museum The small museum contains displays of uniforms, paintings, photographs and other artefacts relating to the history of the Royal Military Academy, Woolwich, The Royal Military College, Sandhurst and the Royal Military Academy Sandhurst. The collection also embraces the Academy’s historic archive including the gentlemen cadet registers. Many of the archives are available online. Regiments Royal Military Academy Read the Rest…

Royal Logistic Corps Museum***

About the museum Starting in the Medieval period, the museum’s displays tell the story of the development of the British Army’s logistics. From requisitioned carts and the Board of Ordnance, to the Royal Waggon Train (formed in the late 18th Century and the first British military logistics corps) to the modern British Army’s Combat Logistic Patrols and high-tech solutions, we Read the Rest…

Royal Engineers Museum, Library & Archive***

About the museum One of the three military museums designated under the National Designation scheme this museum houses one of the most important and comprehensive collections about all aspects of the story of the Corps of Royal Engineers and military engineering. It is a story about the Sappers and their courage, creativity and innovation. In peace and war the Corps Read the Rest…

Royal Army Physical Training Corps Museum***

About the museum The RAPTC Museum is a small but friendly museum located in the grounds of the Army School of Physical Training. The items and memorabilia on display tell the story of physical training in the British Army from 1860 to the present day. Discover how the Royal Army Physical Training Corps has kept the British Army Fighting Fit Read the Rest…

Redoubt Fortress Military Museum***

About the museum The collection is housed in the Redoubt Fortress is one of only three surviving Napoleonic Redoubts in the UK, which tells over 200 years of history and the stories of the people who lived here. This circular Napoleonic fort is one of the best preserved in the country. Built between 1804-10 at a time when Napoleon was threatening Read the Rest…

Princess of Wales’s Royal Regiment & Queen’s Regiment Museum***

About the museum The Museum is based within Dover Castle.  It is the official museum for both the Princess of Wales’s Royal Regiment ‘Tigers’ and The Queen’s Regiment and traces the history of the Regiment, direct successor of twelve forebear regiments through four and a quarter centuries of service to the Crown. Starting in 1572 with the deployment of a Read the Rest…

Museum of Military Medicine***

About the Museum The museum covers the history of military medicine, veterinary science, nursing and dentistry from 1660 to the present.  Included amongst the displays are uniforms, medals, and insignia but also surgical instruments and military ambulances. Regiments Royal Army Medical Corps, Army Medical Department Army Hospital Corps, Medical Staff Corps, Royal Army Veterinary Corps, Army Veterinary Corps, Veterinary Medical Read the Rest…

Maidstone Museum & Art Gallery***

About the Museum A comprehensive regimental collection, housed within Maidstone Museum, including the personal effects of a number of distinguished soldiers such as Field Marshal Viscount Hardinge and General Sir Charles Napier. The gallery is full of fascinating, colourful and thought-provoking objects such as the Sutlej Gun and the museum’s four Victoria Crosses. The museum focuses on the stories these objects Read the Rest…