The Royal Regiment Of Fusiliers Museum (Warwickshire)

St John's House, Warwick, CV34 4NF

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Museum displays

Explore the four rooms:

The Kendall Room

covers the history of the Regiment until the end of the Second World War and tells some of the personal stories behind the events.

The Owen Room

deals with Regimental traditions, the link with Warwickshire, the mascot and regimental music. You can dress in real military uniforms, listen to eyewitness accounts of the D-Day landings and learn about some of the Regiments' Famous Sons. Most famously these include Field Marshals Slim and Montgomery.

The Ryan Room

looks at the Royal Regiment of Fusiliers and in particular their tours of duty in Afghanistan. It also looks at some of the people that the Royal Warwickshire Regiment fought against over the years.

The King Henry VIII Charity Room

contains most of the museum's collection of medals and explains the main types of medal: - for gallantry, campaigns, Long Service and Good Conduct, Honours, and commemorative.