Tenby Museum & Art Gallery

About the museum Within a general collection of items relating to the local area there is a small collection of objects associated with the Castlemartin Troop of the Pembroke Yeomanry Cavalry and Pembroke Cavalry (Castlemartin) (Hussars).  Currently on display is a sword taken from one of the French invaders at Fishguard in 1797.   At present the remainder of the Read the Rest…

Scolton Manor Museum

About the museum The collection includes uniforms and accoutrements of the Pembroke Yeomanry, Royal Pembroke Militia, Pembroke Volunteers and associated regiments.  Items are not on permanent display but can be viewed by appointment.   There is also a World War II Gallery.  Archives are held at the Haverfordwest County Record Office.

Royal Welch Fusiliers Museum

About the museum The Regimental collection is housed in Caernarfon Castle and covers the 300 hundred year history of Wales’s oldest infantry regiment. There are fine displays of uniforms, medals and regimental memorabilia from the many campaigns in which it has fought. There is also reference to the Regiment’s famous First World War literary heritage linked to Robert Graves, Siegfried Read the Rest…

Royal Monmouthshire Royal Engineers (Militia) Museum

About the museum This volunteer-run museum of the Senior Regiment of the Reserve Army – the sole survivor of the Militia – covers the history of the Regiment from its initial mustering in 1539.  Displays include uniforms, weapons, insignia, medals, drawings, books and documents.  Coverage of the Regiment’s recent activities includes exhibits related to operations in Iraq. The museum’s display Read the Rest…

Regimental Museum of the Royal Welsh

About the museum The regimental collections of the South Wales Borderers, the Welsh/Welch Regiment and the Monmouthshire Regiment are the focus of well-presented displays in this fine regimental museum. A diorama depicting the heroic defence of Rorke’s Drift forms the centrepiece of our Zulu War room. The Medal Room contains nearly 3,500 medals and the sixteen Victoria Crosses awarded to Read the Rest…

Firing Line

About the Museum Firing Line Museum is an accredited museum that celebrates the Welsh soldier over a period of 300 years; a time which saw ordinary Welshmen travel the world, carrying out military service at battles such as Waterloo (1815) and Rorke’s Drift (1879), and more recently in Iraq and Afghanistan. Using hands-on and dressing up activities, informative permanent and Read the Rest…

Carmarthenshire County Museum

About the Museum A small display of objects housed within the County Museum, associated with the local Yeomanry Cavalry, Militia and Volunteer units.