About the museum
The museum was originally founded as a teaching aid for new recruits to learn their Regimental heritage. Today we enable a diverse public audience to discover the multi-faceted nature of the soldiers operational lives, both in combat and on ceremonial duties.
The museum seeks to assist the Army Heritage Branch in promoting interest in the Army in general and The Guards in particular. We are committed to upholding the good name and reputation of the Household Division in the preservation and development of the collection and the interpretation of it for future generations.
10:00 – 16:00
Seven days a week
(Last admission at 15:30)
In line with current government advice regarding Coronavirus (COVID-19) the museum is closed until further notice. We will do our best to answer your enquiries but please allow for some delay.
You can support our eventual reopening by helping to fund the new measures we will introduce to safeguard our visitors and staff. Please donate here.
The Museum is already scheduled to be closed on the following days during 2020:
Sunday 8th November
Senior Citizens (65 and over): £5.00
Students (with student card): £5.00
Serving Military Personnel: £2.00
Serving Guardsmen: Free
Children (0-16 – must be accompanied by an adult): Free
Disabled (one disabled person and one carer): 2 for 1
About the Guards
The story of the Foot Guards spans over 360 years of history and they served in many of the campaigns and theatres that shaped the modern world.
Find out about their pivotal role at Waterloo, or how they have adapted to ever changing warfare in the 20th Century.Find out more