Welcoming the public since 1912, the Royal Engineers Museum truly has something for everyone, with highlights of its ‘Designated’ internationally significant collection including the Duke of Wellington’s Waterloo map, extraordinary Chinese silks, and a huge piece of the Berlin Wall.
Visitors can follow the evolution of the Sappers through the many galleries and discover how the Royal Engineers have helped the British Army live, move and fight for over 300 years.
The Engineers’ story is one of courage, innovation, skill and endurance. You can follow their development for yourself or take in a tour and discover fascinating insider knowledge.
But all visitors can be sure to discover how the Engineers developed from military architects and specialists in siege craft to the Army’s innovators on everything from diving to surveying, and flying to photography.
With free parking, indoor and outdoor play areas for children, and tickets valid for 12 months there is no excuse not to go!