Warwick Museum

We tell the personal stories and heritage of 300 years’ history of Warwickshire’s own Infantry Regiment. From the Sixth of Foot in 1674, to the Royal Warwickshire Regiment, to the Royal Regiment of Fusiliers of today.

We are home to Bobby the Antelope mascot, Hannah Snell a female soldier who searched for her true love, and the heroism of ‘women and children first’ when RMS Birkenhead sank off the coast of South Africa.

Meet Lance Corporal Amey who won a Victoria Cross, and discover the link with Field Marshals Slim and Montgomery.

Visit the Museum and bring history to life, like trying on uniforms – a perfect photo opportunity. All set in a fine 17th century Jacobean house and tranquil gardens. We specialise in family history research for the Royal Warwickshire Regiment, run special events for families, have a schools programme, and sell gifts.

For more details visit The Fusilier Museum Warwick

 

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