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The Royal Green Jackets Museum Trust

The Royal Green Jackets Museum Trust

Who we are

The Museum in Winchester is one of the finest regimental museums in the country, famed for its huge Waterloo diorama, its collection of over 30 Victoria Crosses and its extensive displays for all the family to enjoy. It spans a period of history from the late 18th Century, when brave soldiers pioneered light infantry skirmishing tactics, to 2007 when the Regiment became the Rifles.

The Royal Green Jackets (Rifles) Museum is also a charity that helps preserve the legacy of thousands of British soldiers who fought, and in many cases died, for their country.

The Museum needs your help if it is to continue to preserve this outstanding legacy for the future. 

If you have recently experienced a wonderful visit or especially good service, or would just like to donate to a museum that you consider to be rather special and ahead of the rest, then please do so now.

For more information about the Museum, planning your visit and up to date news, please use the link on this page to visit our website 

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Charity details

Registered address
The Royal Green Jackets Museum,Peninsula Barracks
Romsey Road,Winchester
SO23 8TS

Phone
01962828549

curator@rgjmuseum.co.uk

http://www.rgjmuseum.co.uk

Charity number
1556207

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