Regimental museum

In countries whose armies are organised on a regimental basis, such as the army of the United Kingdom, a regimental museum is a military museum dedicated to the history of a specific army regiment.

List of regimental museums in the UKEdit

In addition to those listed below, many more units (including Yeomanry, Militia and Volunteer regiments) have museums or exhibition spaces, some open only by appointment; for fuller information see the Ogilby Trust website (below).

EnglandEdit

Northern IrelandEdit

ScotlandEdit

WalesEdit

ReferencesEdit

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