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The Lancashire Infantry Museum is well worth a visit if you’re in Preston. Lots to see and learn about the regiments involvement in conflicts around the world. There’s even a church inside that you can walk in and have a moment to remember the brave...More
What a great place for a visit, the staff where keen to ensure you see the museum in the best way, explaining the layout and helping to find what you are looking for and also keen to listen, while you learn, the old half of...More
First class museum , thoughtful coverage of both the Lancashire regiments , and the amalgamated ones into the Duke of Lancaster’s.
Great location, at the heart of Fulwood Barracks . Great staff. As you’d expect , more bravery and sacrifice than you could imagine .
Really interesting visit with the father in law,who was stationed here on National Service in 1957.It brought back memories for him and there was so much information for me to look over from the Napoleonic war, through WW1 and WW2 to Korea and up to...More
Easy to access, with friendly and knowledgeable guides to the wealth of materials on display. Exhibits range from 1700s right to the present day, with an impressive array of rarities, including a flag touched by Napoleon's hand. Make sure you ask for one of the...More
needed somewhere to go with friends visiting from Essex on a rainy Saturday - great museum - so much to take in, The rooms all had loads of interesting things - but the Chapel was beautiful. The nicest thing about the visit was the volunteers...More
This is well worth the visit. There is plenty to look at without it being overwhelming. I love to visit as it brings back memories of my childhood when my father was stationed at Fulwood Barracks. The volunteers are very interesting to talk to. This...More
Visited a few Saturdays ago with Partner and two children aged 8 and 9. We did not book but was easy to get in. (though I am in forces so sailed through after showing ID) Fantastic, the "guide" met us and showed us round, opened...More
I visited the museum recently and was shown round by a very enthusiastic young man. His knowledge was extensive and he showed me many items I would have missed had I guided myself. They deserved the donation I gave them.
We met a friend at the museum who we had not seen for over 50 years, it was a great meeting with some great friends. To get in the museum you have to go through the security protocol which means you have to have your...More