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Royal Engineers Museum

The Royal Engineers Museum is Kent's only designated museum of national and international importance. It provides a fascinating insight into the debt owed by Britain to its soldier engineers from the earliest times to the present day.

The Royal Engineers Museum

With 26 galleries and 6,000 exhibits, the museum tells a fascinating story.

The First and Second World War galleries give visitors a feel for life during the more gruelling parts of the 20th century. They depict the grim reality of life in the First World War trenches, the glaring beams of Second World War searchlights and offer a glimpse of a Medway family home under the threat of invasion in 1940.

Displays include 55-ton tanks, a Harrier ground attack aircraft, torpedoes, bridges, models, railway locomotives, weapons, uniforms, a variety of medals (including 25 Victoria Crosses) and the very map used by the Duke of Wellington during the battle of Waterloo.

The museum also has an extensive library of military history.


Location: Royal Engineer's Museum, Prince Arthur Road, Gillingham, Kent, ME4 4UG

Phone: 01634 822839