We thoroughly enjoyed this visit. The staff were exceptionally polite, helpful and knowledgeable. Good displays, well laid out and telling a fascinating story few of us seem to know. They aree very much a part of the history of this country.
This is one of my favourite places I visited,the museum is over three floors in general and goes into depth of the history and the background of the Ghurka's and the people themselves..by the time you come out of this place and after spending some time within,,you'll come out with full total respect for these people.
In May 2016 we visited a number of museums in Winchester and we found the Gurkha museum one of the better ones. It tells you all about their own history and about their role in the British military history. There are a number of real Gurkhas around to guide you.
The "bravest of the brave" doesn't get used lightly or often but these guys deserve the accolade. There are a relatively high number of Gurkhas with a Victoria to prove it too. Joanne Lumley's help in the media has secured a rightful position in UK society unlike some I could mention here! The dioramas or little 3D scenarios set up... 更多
Dated, not very interesting. I like museums but this one did not impressed me. Not worth to see - unless you are very interested in Ghurkha's. For me - big disappointment.
Visited recently in an official capacity to see the 200 years of service exhibition. There is an ever growing display of medals, and badges on display uniforms etc. You may get help from very willing and knowledge able staff if you have any queries.