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This is a small museum, housed in a two storey old manor house just on the edge of Warwick town centre. It's a bit of a mish-mash. It's really a regimental museum for the fusiliers (and there is a fair amount of that stuff) but,...More
We were a small group of 8 and arranged a guided tour. The miso I’m was really busy with displays outside for an armed forces event. David gave us a fascinating overview and showed us that he had a huge raft of knowledge but pitched...More
Like most military museums this one has plenty of hidden gems, but needs support or we risk losing it.
Entry rate is very reasonable (I think it was £4 for an annual pass), and I also put a donation in the fun drum donation box...More
The building has a ground floor which Warwickshire County Education reserves for children - which is a pity. Upstairs we meet the history of Warwickshire fighting men (few women)over 300 years. Presentation is very good with audio and visual displays but what makes it special...More
Please go to this Museum if you are in Warwick it's a gem for all people who are inserted in Army life we had no idea that General Montgomery was commissioned in the Fusiliers lots to see about him and others well worth the visit...More
We had a weekend in Warwick, and after a family reunion on the Saturday lunch/afternoon walked down to this museum before going back to the hotel. Sadly we arrived with only half an hour before closing, but must commend the museum assistant David Baynham for...More