The Surrey Infantry Museum was located within the National Trust property at Clandon Park. The collection told the story of the most senior English infantry regiment from 1661 to the present day. Sadly the collection was lost to fire on 29th April 2015, although with some items recovered from the site a begining has been made on restoration for the future. For up to date information please check Facebook page. This page will be updated on future developments as decisions are made.
A small display is maintained at The Lightbox, Woking.
11th November 2017 to 3rd February 2018: temporary exhibition at Guildford Museum.
Research enquiries to the Surrey History Centre.
Princess of Wales’s Royal Regiment (Queen’s and Royal Hampshires), Queen’s Royal Surrey Regiment, Queen’s Royal Regiment (West Surrey), Queen’s (Royal West Surrey) Regiment, Royal West Surrey Regiment (The Queen’s), Royal West Surreys, Princess of Wales’s Own Regiment of Foot, Queen’s Royal Regiment, Queen’s (Second) Royal Regiment of Foot, Queen’s Own Royal Regiment of Foot, Queen Dowager’s Regiment of Foot, Queen Dowager’s Regiment, Queen’s Regiment, Henry Mordaunt, Earl of Peterborough – The Tangier Regiment, East Surrey Regiment, 31st (Huntingdonshire) Regiment, 31st (or Huntingdonshire) Regiment of Foot, 31st Regiment of Foot, Villier’s Regiment of Marines, Goring’s Marines, Churchill’s Marines, Luttrell’s Marines, 70th (Surrey) Regiment, 70th (or The Glasgow Lowland) Regiment of Foot, Glasgow Greys, 70th (or The Surrey) Regiment of Foot, 70th Regiment of Foot.