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York Army Museum is home to some of the most important regimental collections in the UK. From January - August 2017 visit Military Menagerie, our exhibition about animals in the army: family trails, dressing up and a programme of activities and...more
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Regimental Museum 3 Tower Street, York YO1 9SB, England
All reviews military history clifford's tower personal stories well worth a visit stair lift individual soldiers victoria crosses boer war machine gun lots of interesting items fascinating exhibits an eye opener interactive activities great history twelve months couple of hours older children
Spent an hour walking around a very interesting museum. Some good and informative displays, a look back on military history. What really brings it home is some of the exhibits from recent conflicts. Have a look, it's worth it.
Regardless of what age you ate. There is a piece of history in here you can relate to. The different guns on display was really striking. Great idea setting up the Enfield Maxims. The stories of the local soldiers who were awarded a VC in...More
A small museum but some fabulous regimental history here. Well presented and explained. A particular highlight for me was seeing the Dettingen standard, the oldest British cavalry standard still extant. Located close to the Castle Museum and certainly worth a couple of hours if you...More
A small Museum, but by no means small in York Army History, such a lot of special stories of young Army Soldiers, telling their history, full of information dating back many years of history.
Well worth a visit to this special museum full of history....More
Near to Clifford's Tower the Castle Museum and Fairfax House so it's definitely worth searching out for.
You get to learn about the two serving regiments of the British Army, The Royal Dragoon Guards and the Yorkshire Regiment from 300 years ago right up to...More
The entrance to this museum gives no indication of what is below stairs. One of most immaculately presented Museum I have seen. The visit is moving by it's very nature, and the living wall with is stories told in dialect, are compelling. The displays are...More