Visit the Centre of Winchester’s Military History!
Winchester’s Military Museums can provide that fun-filled day out you and your family are looking for. With six unique museums located here in Winchester, there is plenty to do and see, and with the delightful Little Kitchen Café located on-site, there is the perfect place to have a cup of tea and cake!
With history dating back to the formation of the British Army, this group of military museums are one of Winchester’s hidden gems!
Whether you have only an hour to spare or all day, a visit to the City of Winchester, the Cathedral and the Great Hall would be incomplete without visiting Winchester’s Military Museums, The Little Kitchen Café and the historic site on which the museums stand.
Please note: Horsepower: The Museum of the King’s Royal Hussars will be closed Saturday 30th April, Sunday 1st May and Monday 2nd May 2016.
Evening Talk: ‘The Battle of Jutland, 1916’
Monday 23rd May
Listen to Professor Andrew Lambert talk about the Battle of Jutland, which took place 100 years ago in 1916.
For more information, please visit The Royal Green Jackets Museum website.
Armed Forces Day, Winchester
Sunday 19th June 2016
Join us for ‘Peninsula on Parade’ to show your support for our Armed Forces.
2015 was a huge success for all involved with over 1,200 visitors, and we hope this year will be just as good, if not better!
‘Peninsula on Parade’ is a celebration of all things military for Armed Forces Day 2016 with Winchester Military Museums featuring an extravaganza of military vehicles from a WW1 18-pounder to a Saladin MVT and a modern day Jackal and RMP car. With music from military performers and bands, cadet drill displays, paintball ranges, face-painting and historic re-enactors, this is a day out not to be missed!
Come down to Peninsula Barracks, Romsey Road, Winchester on Sunday 19th June 2016 for a great day out and to show your support for our Armed Forces.