Aldershot Military Museum

Home of the British Army from 1854 to the present day.

Telling the story about the home of the British Army as well as the local history of Aldershot and Farnborough. From the Victorian Soldier to National Service, the museum uses photographs, models, displays and soldier’s domestic and military life. The 1F Cody, the first man powered flight in Britain 1908. Artillery guns and military vehicles are displayed in the grounds of the museum and the Montgomery Gallery.

The Boyce Building was moved to this site from Queen Elizabeth Barracks, Church Crookham and houses a small gallery telling the history of the Corps based there.

ADMISSION

Without Gift Aid

Adult: £3.85

Child (515 years): £2.70

Concession (aged 60+ / student ID): £3.60

Family ticket (2 adults + up to 3 children): £10.90

Including Gift Aid

Adult: £4.25

Child: (5-15 years): £3.00

Concession (aged 60+ / student ID): £4.00

Family ticket (2 adults + up to 3 children): £12.00

How to get here:

Regular bus service from town station to Hammersley Road; or turn off A325 to Aldershot Military Town and follow the signs.

Contact the museum by email: enquiries@hampshireculturaltrust.org.uk

 

Opening Hours/Info

Wedneday to Friday-10am - 5pm
Saturday & Sunday-11am - 4pm
Monday & Tuesday-Closed

Address

Queen's Avenue
Aldershot
GU11 2LG
Tel: 01252 314598