Royal Engineers Museum, Library & Archive
You will find something for all the family in Kent's only Designated museum. Exhibits of national and international importance are housed in the Museum's galleries, which tell the story of how the Royal Engineers have helped the British Army live, move and fight since the time of William the Conqueror.
See the diverse collection with highlights including Wellington's map from Waterloo, Zulu War weapons, a Harrier Jump Jet, 25 Victoria Crosses and an enormous V2 Rocket. Discover why a large section of the Berlin Wall now lives in the Museum and how one solider gained the respect of the Chinese emperor.
There really is something for everyone at this unique museum.
The museum is reopening on Saturday, 15 August. Visitors are required to pre-book their visit as numbers entering the museum are limited in line with government guidelines. Please visit our website for further details and watch our short video to plan your visit.
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Credit cards accepted
Admission price between £3.60-£24.80.
The Museum is run by a Registered Charity, please consider Gift Aiding your admission to help us to help us maintain and restore our inspiring collection and develop our visitor, community and learning programmes.