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Royal Engineers Museum

Discover the story of the Corps of Royal Engineers and explore how they have helped the British Army live, move and fight for over 300 years. Their story is one of courage, innovation, skill & endurance and is told through the many galleries. Follow the evolution of the Sapper from military architects and specialists in siege craft, to the Army’s innovators on everything from diving to flying, photography and combat engineering.

Highlights include 25 Victoria Crosses, a V2 rocket, Chard’s weapons from the Zulu War, the largest piece of the Berlin Wall outside of Germany and a Harrier Jump Jet.

Opening Times

Open Tuesday – Sunday

10.00am – 5.00pm

(Last admission 4.00pm)

 

Closed Mondays except Bank Holidays.

Accessibility

All galleries on the ground floor are wheelchair accessible, aside from the World War One trench.

The Corps Today gallery and Museum cafe is on a mezzanine floor, with access via stairs & two lifts.

Two wheels chairs and portable ramps are available for customer use.

Disabled toilets are available. Carers are admitted free of charge.

Parking available for visitors with disabilities.

Assistance dogs welcome.

 

Member: Silver member

ATAK Trade Pass Accepted

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