Prince Arthur Road, Gillingham, Kent, ME4 4UG
The Royal Engineers Museum, Library & Archive tells the story of the Corps of Royal Engineers and military engineering. It is a story about the Sappers and their courage, creativity and innovation. In peace and war the Corps has been everywhere and involved in everything. The Museum galleries display exquisite Chinese embroideries given to General Gordon, maps, drawings, letters and airgraphs, paintings and fine uniforms alongside Zulu shields from Rorke's Drift, torpedoes, bridges, armoured vehicles, a Harrier Jump Jet and even a V2 rocket! There are plenty of fun things for families to do as you visit the museums galleries. Hands on experiences, dressing up, interactives, and trails will all make sure you have an enjoyable and memorable visit.
This event took place in September 2013 and the entry is now archived.
Max 20 people per tour/event.
Date last modified: 19th July 2013 at 10:25