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Royal Engineers Museum

The history of military engineering, including bridging, transportation and fortifications from 1066. Exhibits include the only surviving Brennan Torpedo, Steam Sapper model and engineer tanks. The Royal Engineers’ story is one of courage, innovation, skill and endurance which is told through the many galleries, enabling you to follow the evolution of the Sapper from military architects and specialists in siegecraft, to the Army’s innovators on everything from diving to surveying, flying to photography and transport to combat engineering.


Opening Times : Tue-Sun & BHol 1000-1700 (last entry 1600). (Closed 23 Dec-19 Jan 2020.)
Prince Arthur Road

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01634 822 312

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