Victorian and 20th century uniforms, paintings, medals, horse, 1914 dugout, photographs, silver, 3 armoured vehicles. The only cavalry museum in Central Southern England telling the story of the mounted soldier both on horse and in tanks
Stunning displays of life size models, inter-active exhibits, medals, swords, magnificent uniforms and fascinating photographs which show how the Cavalry of horse and sabre developed into the modern armoured regiment of today.
Trace the history of three famous regiments over a period of 300 years and marvel at the great heroes who won the Victoria Cross for their valour. The dramatic exploits of men who fought in the Peninsula War, the Charge of the Light Brigade, the two World Wars are revealed and much more besides.
You will find all of this in Hampshire’s only museum of Cavalry, located within the grand setting of Peninsula Square, Winchester, a site full of military heritage.
Children (under 16): Free
Service personnel: Free on production of MOD90
Nearest major road is M3. M3 jct 10 from Basingstoke. A3090 off Romsey Road.
Nearest station is Winchester. From station turn right, walk south on station approach, then upper High Street. At mini roundabout turn right uphill on Romsey Road. Entrance to barracks is first gate on left.
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World famous 180 acre gardens.
Guided cycle tours of Winchester and beyond.
Day trips and minibus hire in Southern England
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Displays made up from social, industrial and agricultural artifacts and archives.
A great family fun day out.
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Producers of beautiful English Sparkling Wine from their 60 acres of vineyards.
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Live entertainment and events in a historic venue - also home to a cafe and Winchester Tourist Information Centre.
Hosting a variety of exhibitions throughout the year
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The last of the main medieval gates into the city
A trail exploring the Winchester District as favoured by main Tudor monarchs.
A rare surviving example of an urban working corn mill
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Grade I listed buildings dating from 1132 and is home to 25 Brothers.
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