Welcome to Winchester's Military Museums
Situated on the historic site of Peninsula Barracks, next to the Great Hall, no visit to Winchester would be complete without visiting Winchester’s Military Museums!
A unique site with six military museums, there is plenty to see and do and with the delightful Copper Joe’s Café located on-site, this is the perfect day out for all the family.
The Adjutant General’s Corps Museum is closed from Wednesday 20th December to Thursday 18th January.
The Royal Green Jackets Museum is closed from Saturday 16th December to Tuesday 23rd January.
The Rifles Collection is closed from Saturday 16th December to Tuesday 23rd January.
Horsepower, the Museum of the King’s Royal Hussars is closed from Friday 15th December to Tuesday 9th January.
The Gurkha Museum is closed from Friday 22nd December to Tuesday 2nd January.
The Royal Hampshire Regimental Museum is closed from Friday 15th December to Tuesday 9th January.
This means the last whole site opening day is Friday 15th December and the first whole site opening day is Tuesday 23rd January 2018. For individual museum visits, please contact the individual museums for further information.
Joint Ticket now Available!
After much anticipation, the Winchester’s Military Museums joint ticket is now available to purchase! The ticket allows you one visit to HorsePower, The Museum of The King’s Royal Hussars; The Royal Green Jackets (Rifles) Museum and The Gurkha Museum.
The joint ticket costs £8 and will save you £2 on the cost of admission overall. Tickets can be purchased from The Royal Green Jackets (Rifles) Museum.
Also on-site and free of charge are The Royal Hampshire Regiment Museum; The Rifles Collection and The Museum of The Adjutant General Corps.
That’s six military museums to visit in the beautiful settings of Peninsula Square. Make sure to come and visit us!
A Year in the Life of a Rifles Reservist
Join Rifleman Fenwick from 6th Battalion The Rifles as he describes his experiences in his time as a Reservist and the differences between his day to day life and his role in the Reserves on Thursday 16 November from 12.30pm to 2pm.
The talk will take place at the McDonald Gallery in the Gurkha Museum as part of Winchester’s Military Museums lunchtime lecture series. Tickets are £7 per person and include a sandwich lunch. Tickets can be purchased via the Gurkha Museum website.
For more information, visit What’s On.