Interior CAD drawing for the new future museum of The Queen's Royal Hussars Interior CAD drawing for the new future museum of The Queen's Royal Hussars Interior CAD drawing for the new future museum of The Queen's Royal Hussars

More about the New Museum

The new museum is located in Warwick at Trinity Mews, Priory Road CV34 4NA. Parking is available very close by; the railway station is a short walk; there is a very good pub opposite; Warwick Castle is a stone’s throw away.

The building

The building (shown above as an artist’s impression) is now sound but whilst we have been making the changes necessary to improve access and display of our Regimental collection we have also updated as necessary all the relevant services to ensure it will last another 30 years.

Creating & Funding

The museum is being created by the Curator and the Regimental Collection Trustees supported by a historical team, other volunteers and professional museum consultants.

Who will use the museum?

  • The Museum will be open to all members of the Regiment and the Regimental Association, their wives and families free of charge.
  • The Museum will be open to all members of the public on payment of an entry fee. Opening times are yet to be agreed but will be published on our website.
  • The Museum will be attended by full and part time members of staff assisted by volunteers. If you would like to be one of those volunteers please contact the Museum or Home Headquarters QRH, all details below. Low level research and advice about the Regiment will be available during your visit. More detailed research into Regimental history will be available by e mail application on payment of a fee.

The Regiment on operations in Afghanistan
The Regiment on operations in Afghanistan