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The Royal Hampshire Regiment Museum

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Well worth a look

We spent a hour or two looking round this well set out museum. Lots to see and much to learn. If... read more

Reviewed April 24, 2018
geoff r
Broadstairs, United Kingdom
Long weekend away

Visited this lovely museum as my grandad served in the Hampshire regiment in ww2 in Burma . The man... read more

Reviewed May 31, 2017
Stevenage, United Kingdom
via mobile
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Serles House Southgate Street | Southgate Street, Winchester SO23 9EG, England
+44 1962 863658
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Reviewed April 28, 2018

This small museum of memorabilia associated with the Royal Hampshire Regiments is quite fascinating. There is a room dedicated to the first world war and another to the second world war and especially some of the campaigns in North Africa. We were only couple in...More

Thank Philip M
Reviewed April 24, 2018

We spent a hour or two looking round this well set out museum. Lots to see and much to learn. If your interested as I am in military history this place is certainly not to be missed.

Thank geoff r
Reviewed August 10, 2017 via mobile

A wonderful little museum and definitely worth a visit. Colin the curator is an absolute delight. He has a wealth of knowledge about all that is displayed in the museum and his enthusiasm for the museum is admirable. He should be truly proud of all...More

Thank hayleywatson28
Reviewed July 19, 2017 via mobile

Interesting museum of static displays of the regiments long history o service to the Crown. Nothing fancy or automated. Read,look and enjoy a 30 minute to 1 hour visit.

Thank steve z
Reviewed July 6, 2017

If you are not from the area, parking in the city is a nightmare (park n ride), train, recommended , now to find the museums around the hilly city . pick a museum and spend some time two at a push but any more is...More

Thank Dimarkja
Reviewed May 31, 2017 via mobile

Visited this lovely museum as my grandad served in the Hampshire regiment in ww2 in Burma . The man In the staff room was very helpful , and gave me a number to help me further understand what my grandad went through . Wel worth...More

Thank bambamss
Reviewed March 13, 2017

This museum is Just off the City Centre, near the Great Hall and other regimental museums. The collection of Hampshire's County Regiment, the Militia, Rifle Volunteers and Volunteers from 1702 onwards. The Museum is located in the extremely handsome Serle's House c.1730, former headquarters of...More

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Reviewed November 20, 2016

The Royal Hampshire Regiment Museum has some excellent artefacts, and is rightly proud of it's history. The museum is worth a visit. There is a lot on display.

Thank Tony S
Reviewed November 17, 2016

My son and I visited in order to track the path of my father in India during WW1 and the fate of my uncle in WW2. I cannot enthuse enough about the standard of the exhibition and the information provided by the secretary Colin Bullied....More

1  Thank Joe90point5
Reviewed October 20, 2016

Just dropped into the Museum at Serles House when passing by. Very relevant as I had a family member in the Hampshire Regiment, serving in WWII. I mentioned this to one of the staff and they kindly looked up the details of recorded action in...More

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