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.
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.
Car Parking, Disabled Access, Toilets
Kneller Road, Twickenham,UK TW2 7DU