Army Medical Services Museum
Contains the four collections of the Royal Army Medical Corps, Royal Army Veterinary Corps, Royal Army Dental Corps, and Queen Alexandra's Royal Army Nursing Corps. Comprehensive information, opening times, free admission.
Historic site of the principal secret British code-breaking centre during WWII and the birthplace of the modern computer.
Highlights museum's activities like film showing of historic footages. Plus school program details.
Durham Light Infantry Museum
Gives the history of this regiment, with photographs and audio clips. Has photographs of the collection rooms, admission costs, membership, their shop, memorial book and events.
Presents a modern history theme with education program information, events updates, and press files.
The Gordon Highlanders Museum
An Aberdeen museum of the world-famous Gordon Highlanders with exhibition details, information about their extensive collection plus opening times and images.
Museum of the King's Royal Hussars, gives a taste of exhibits, with photographs, free admission, opening times and contact. Located in Winchester.
The Household Cavalry Museum
As well as its collection of artefacts and treasures, the museum also allows visitors to get "behind-the-scenes" and explore the ceremonial and operational role of the Household Cavalry Regiment.
Imperial War Museum
London branch of the IWM. Information about current World War exhibitions, opening times and visitor information.
Imperial War Museum Duxford
Gives a guide to their aircraft collections, and exhibits on the Battle of Britain and WWII, also includes the Land Warfare hall which houses a collection of Army twentieth century mechanised warfare items.
Imperial War Museum North
Designed by Daniel Libeskind as a symbol of a world torn apart by conflict; includes details of their permanent displays, temporary exhibitions, events, education programme, and visitor guides. In Manchester.
The Inniskillings Museum
Tells the story of the town of Enniskillen’s two regiments, The Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers and the 5th Royal Inniskilling Dragoon Guards, and has a link to the Regimental Association.
Jewish Military Museum
A London museum displaying memorabilia of British Jewish servicemen and women that served in the army, air force and navy. Location details, opening times and exhibit information.
The Keep Military Museum
Concentrates mainly on Devonshire and Dorset military units. Collection details, location and opening times.
Located within Imphal Barracks in York, and established to commemorate the Battle of Kohima in NE India, which marked the limit of the Japanese Army’s advance into India.
Ushers the historical importance of the fort. With picture index, opening dates, and related links.
Liverpool Scottish Regimental Museum Trust
Presents details of this museum and its collections, which include material referring to Liverpool Scottish Rifle Volunteers that goes back to 1859 and a collection of rare Highland uniforms and accoutrements dating from 1900.
The Medmenham Collection
Covers the history of military aerial photographic interpretation (PI) and imagery analysis (IA) from World War One, through World War Two, up to the present day.
The UK's largest privately owned military museum. Offers details of its exhibits, activities and events. Located in Norfolk.
Museum of Technology
Lists museum's collections from weapons, electronic and aeronautical engineering materials, and vehicles.
National Army Museum -
Official museum of the British Army. Includes details of the museum, a gallery guide, newsletter and a history.
The Rifles Museum
Has their history, Regimental Battle Honours, time line, photographs, the collection and a list of the museums of the forming and antecedent regiments of The Rifles.
Tells its' history, their shop, events, research team, location and contacts.
The Royal Anglian Regiment Museum
A museum of the regiment's history, accomplishments and up-to-date displays. Includes online tours, remembrance and visitor information. Located in the Land Warfare hall, Duxford.
Home to the UK’s national collection of arms, armour, and artillery, in a purpose-built museum in Leeds, the Tower of London, and Fort Nelson at Portsmouth; includes information about exhibitions and collections, education services, special events, and visitor access.
Royal Green Jackets (Rifles) Museum
Describes and has photographs of the collections at this regimental museum. Has their history, shop details and lists opening hours and special events.
Royal Marines Museum
A museum with exhibits, interactive displays and films covering the history of this elite fighting force.
Royal Signals Museum
Army communications museum located in Blandford, Dorset. Offers details of the collection founded in Catterick and moved to Blandford camp in 1967.
Scotland's Secret Bunker
Provides information about this bunker, from where Scotland would have been governed in the event of a nuclear war. Includes opening hours, visitor information and historical details. Located near St Andrews.
Shropshire Regimental Museum
Housed in the mediaeval border fortress of Shrewsbury Castle, has a regimental history, research service, collections on display, photo gallery and newsletter.
Soldiers of Glouestershire Museum
Covers the history of the Gloucestershire Regiment. Museum details, opening times, soldier search facilities, their shop and a forum.
The Tank Museum
Houses the world's largest collection of armoured fighting vehicles from WW1 to the latest tanks. View display details and opening times. Located in Bovington Dorset.
The Tank Museum
A museum and registered charity in Dorset offering images and details of their tank collection, Tiger Tank restoration and opening times.
A regimental museum covering the infantry of Berkshire and Wiltshire. View opening times, regimental history and details of disabled access.
Wellington Aviation Museum
Small museum dedicated to all those who served or who passed through RAF Moreton-in-Marsh, on one of the many training courses for RAF bomber command.