Regimental Museum of the Royal Welsh

About This 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 members of the regiment. The regimental archives and library are accessible by appointment with the Curator. Nearby is the Regimental Chapel in Brecon Cathedral which contains the famous Queen’s Colour 1/24th saved by Lts. Melvill and Coghill after the disaster at Isandlwana in Zululand in 1879.