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Royal Engineers Museum

Museums and Art Galleries, Indoor
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Location iconGillingham
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Attraction Information

Royal Engineers Museum tells the story of the Corps of Royal Engineers from their military exploits to their contributions to nations around the world.

There are a number of galleries, showing the courage innovation and skill of the Royal Engineers. Find out about military architects and siege craft specialist, diving, surveying, flying and photography. And did you know that they designed the Royal Albert Hall? Learn about this and more.

Highlights of the exhibits include Wellington's map of Waterloo, weapons from the Zulu War, 25 Victoria Crosses and a collection of bridge laying tanks. There is also a Harrier jump jet, bulldozers, amphibious vehicles and a V2 rocket.

There are displays about World Wars I and II, Victorian Engineers, The Cold War and Beyond, and also about the Corps today. Two special exhibition rooms show changing displays throughout the year.

Kids will also enjoy the interactive displays, which include those that give the chance to try on historic uniforms and build a model fortress.

Children's activities are held during the Summer holidays and are included in the entry fee: bonus!

Opening hours

Tuesday to Sunday 10:00 - 17:00
Closed Monday, open Bank Holiday Mondays

Last Entry

1 hour before closing time



Prince Arthur Road,
ME7 1UR,

Phone number

01634 822839


General Admission
Adults: £8.80
Kids: £4.40
Concessions: £7.00
Family (2 adults, 2 kids): £23.50


FAQ & Additional Information

Additional Info

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There is an onsite shop

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