The Keep Military Museum

About the museum The Museum presents the impressive collections of the County Regiments of both Devon and Dorset. The history section covers the history of our Regiments from 1685 – 2007, with information being added on a regular basis. Virtual Galleries are available on the museum website, covering the regiments’ part in the Gallipoli Campaign (WWI), the Middle East Campaign Read the Rest…

Tank Museum

About the museum The Tank Museum houses the most comprehensive collection of armoured vehicles in the world. It tells the story of tanks and armoured vehicles. Our exhibitions tell the story of armoured warfare from World War One to the present day. As you explore the Museum’s six large halls you will come face to face with vehicles that have seen Read the Rest…

Somerset Military Museum

About the museum The Somerset Military Museum is housed within the Museum of Somerset at Taunton Castle. It tells the story of the regiments of Somerset in war and peacetime. The gallery introduces visitors to the wider background of the formation and development of Somerset’s regiments, and explores why soldiers fight for their country. A comprehensive and well displayed collection covering Read the Rest…

Soldiers of Gloucestershire Museum

About the museum The museum was refurbished in 2014, made possible through a Heritage Lottery Fund. The museum boasts all new exhibits, interactive display and activities for visitors as well as contemporary film records, the magnificent medal collection, highly decorative uniforms, weapons and souvenirs from all corners of the globe. It also houses the collections of the Regiments of Gloucestershire Read the Rest…

Royal Wiltshire Yeomanry Collection

About the museum A small, private regimental collection covering all aspects of the Royal Wiltshire Yeomanry since its formation in 1794 is held in Yeomanry House, Swindon.   Swindon Museum and Art Gallery will be holding a temporary exhibition from September 2018.   The regimental archive is held by Wiltshire and Swindon Archives in Chippenham.

Royal Signals Museum

About the museum The Royal Signals Museum houses the national collection of military communications from the Crimea to the present day with displays on the Great War, the Second World War, Korea, the Falklands and the Gulf War. The story of military communications and of The Corps is vividly told via a series of exhibitions – including interactive exhibitions – Read the Rest…

Royal Military Police Museum

About the museum The museum is housed within the old stable block of Southwick House. It traces the history of Britain’s Military Police from its origins to current operations in support of the United Nations(UN) and the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation (NATO. Artefacts range from Napoleonic medals to an illicit still from a Displaced Persons (DP)Camp in Hamburg. Special displays Read the Rest…

Royal Hampshire Regiment Museum

About the museum The Museum is located in the extremely handsome Serle’s House c.1730, former headquarters of The Royal Hampshire Regiment. The collection of Hampshire’s County Regiment, the Militia, Rifle Volunteers and Volunteers from 1702 onwards. The regimental archive is held in the same building and may be viewed by appointment. The Memorial Garden is dedicated to all those members Read the Rest…

Royal Guernsey Light Infantry & Militia Museums

About the museum The Royal Guernsey Light Infantry Regimental Museum forms a gallery within Castle Cornet. The gallery tells of the formation of the RGLI during the First World War, with displays of uniforms, medals, posters and weapons. The part played by the regiment in the Battle of Cambrai, 1917, is depicted in a diorama and in audio recordings of Read the Rest…

The Rifles Collection

About the museum The Rifles Collection is the Regimental museum of The Rifles, established in 2013 and is in the same Victorian barracks building as the Royal Green Jacket’s Museum. The collection tells the story of The Rifles from their formation in 2007 until present day, for this and future generations. Packed with fascinating artefacts and plenty to enjoy, the Read the Rest…