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, instruments, uniforms and other relevant material provide a rare insight into a tradition which has become part of the fabric of British ceremonial life. * Donations towards the upkeep of the Museum will be appreciated. For historical or archival enquiries please contact the Corps of Army Music Archivist: Colin Dean.


Coach Parking
Car Parking
Lecture Room
Disabled Access
Education service

Opening Times

By arrangement only.


By arrangement only. Please contact Curator Esther Mann as per contact details provided.


Kneller Hall, Kneller Road, Twickenham, TW2 7DU

Tel 020 8744 8628


Visiting Advice

Rail: By train to Twickenham, then the 281 bus towards Whitton, there is a bus stop for Kneller Hall. Car: Kneller Hall is situated between Twickenham and Whitton, very close to Twickenham Rugby Ground. Take the B361 past the Rugby Ground and turn right into Kneller Road. *Please be aware that Kneller Hall is a working military establishment and access is always subject to security checks.

Limited disabled access provided.