Housed in the only surviving brick-built barrack blocks left in Aldershot, the museum tells the story of daily life for both soldier and civilian since 1854.

The museum has a collection of vehicles, displayed either in the Montgomery Gallery, or outside the museum.

Most of the vehicles work and some are registered for road use, enabling them to travel to outside events. Some of the vehicles may not be on display, owing to conservation work. There are uniforms, badges, medals, weapons, furniture and other equipment which illustrate typical equipment used by regiments that have been stationed in Aldershot. There is also a variety of local and social history material ranging from bus tickets to sewing machines.

Opening times

Wednesday to Friday 10am–5pm Saturday and Sunday 11am–4pm Last entry half an hour before closing

Admission prices Adult £3.30 Child 5-15 (under 5 free) – £2.20 Concessions £2.20 Family (2 adults, 2 children) £8.70

Pre-booked groups (Minimum 10) Adults £2.30 Concessions and children £1.20

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