National Army Museum
Visit the National Army Museum, London and find out how Britain's past has helped to shape our present and future.
Imperial War Museum
Covers conflicts, especially those involving Britain and the Commonwealth, from the First World War to the present day. Includes details of exhibitions, events etc.
Army Museums Ogilby Trust
The Army Museums Ogilby Trust is a small effective charity. It is widely acknowledged that no other single body has done more for the development of the Army's regimental and corps museums, and hence for the preservation of our military heritage.
The Rifles Network
For the Regimental Family, including all those who sit within the 5 Pillars of the Regiment; Regulars, Reserves, Cadets, Associations and communities.
The Rifles Collection
The Rifles Collection aims to tell the story of The Rifles, a regiment formed in 2007, drawing on both the heritage of its antecedent regiments and the current Regiment. The museum reflects the experiences of the modern Regiment, showcasing their tales from modern conflicts as well as their role in British culture.
Cornwall’s Regimental Museum – The Collections of the DCLI and LI
The displays cover the story of the Duke of Cornwall’s Light Infantry, the volunteers and volunteer militia and the successor Regiment, The Light Infantry.
Devon and Dorset Light Infantry Museum
'The Keep Museum' constituent Regiments are The Devonshire Regiment, The Dorset Regiment, The Devonshire and Dorset Regiment, The Dorset Yeomanry, The Queen's Own Dorset Yeomanry, The Dorset Militia, The Royal Devon Yeomanry and 94 Field Regiment RA.
Rifles (Berkshire and Wiltshire ) Museum
Museum of the Infantry Regiments of Berkshire & Wiltshire
Green Jackets Museum
Situated adjacent to Winchester’s Great Hall and within easy walking distance of the City centre, The Royal Green Jackets (Rifles) Museum, opened in 1989, is one of the best regimental museums in the Country.
Durham Light Infantry Museum
The Durham Light Infantry Museum has a superb collection of uniforms, equipment, weapons, silver, photographs and battlefield relics covering the whole history of the Regiment from its formation in 1758 to the final laying-up of the Colours in 1968 in Durham Cathedral.
The museum features:
The Somerset Light Infantry (Prince Albert's)
The Somerset and Cornwall Light Infantry
The West Somerset Yeomanry
The North Somerset Yeomanry
Somerset Militia, Rifle Volunteers and Territorials
The Light Infantry and its successor regiment, The Rifles.