The many Museums of the British Army Corps and Regiments help people to discover the rich and illustrious history of British Army units.
The British Army's rich history endlessly grows as today's regiments carry forward the proud traditions of the past. Army museums record this history, linking the past to the present, for the benefit of the future.
Some museums deal with the Army in general, others concentrate on local corps and regiments, all with their own rich and illustrious history.
WWII re-enactment society pictured taking part in an air raid at the St James's Park Living Museum
The many Regimental and Corps Museums of the British Army form a network that stretches throughout the United Kingdom, every one a rich source of historical information providing a unique insight into the inspirational deeds of courage, bravery and good humoured fortitude that have characterised the British Army through the centuries.
In addition to their collections of uniforms, badges, weapons and military memorabilia, many museums possess archive material of value to those researching their family's military history as well as providing modern, interactive displays to educate and entertain their visitors.
Each museum has superb educational facilities; they can help you trace your ancestors and you can discover where the Regiment has served and how they lived.