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Lots of information, weapons and uniforms. On several levels. Interesting. Not particularly interactive for children, but I know my grandson would have loved to see the kukus knives. £4 entry for 1 - 2 hours.
We visited the Museum because I have a mate who was in the RGR and I wanted to get a feel for the background of the regiment. Unassuming building and the guy on the desk has an air of ex-military about him; he kind of barked out a scripted introduction, but was nevertheless welcoming. The tableaux were not bad and... 更多
Not knowing much about Gurkhas apart from Joanne Lumley's fight for their rights. We decided we should visit this museum. We were very impressed with the way it was laid out, the cabinets, the great dioramas and large scale models. There was certainly a lot packed it quite a small space although it was on two floors. We certainly learnt... 更多
Wifey and I made a day trip to Winchester and visited its many museums. The Military Museums are mainly clustered together so if travelling by car, limited free on-site parking is available (get a permit from one of the museum entrances). £4 each for adults to enter this museum, which explains the history of the Ghurkhas through the ages, using... 更多
We went as my brother has just passed his phase one training in the army and my dad had been talking about the Gurkhas. It was interesting but gruesome as you may expect. History has been preserved and the accounts live on, personally I found it gruesome.
Small museum but lots of information clearly set out. Lots of picture and tableaus. I was interested as my father was in Malaya with the Gurkhas in the late 1940s. £2.50 for over 60s. Well worth a visit.
This museum is so interesting and well worth the £2.50 (concessions) entrance fee. You can get to it through the Great Hall which should also be on the list of places to see.