The museum charts the 350-year history of the Warwickshire Regiment presenting the items from ordinary local people who lived extraordinary lives. Whether in victory or loss, these soldiers, along with many others in the British army, served- and continue to serve - for king and country, to play their part in the shaping of the world in which we live.
The collections contain hundreds of items, and many are displayed in the public galleries. These explore the story of the Royal Warwickshire Regiment and The Fusiliers from its beginnings in 1674 through to the present day. Items including uniforms, weapons, medals, silverware, paintings, domestic objects, letters, diaries, and photographs including images of recent conflicts.
The museum collection is built in part on the generous donations of items and archives that have been gifted to the Museum by members of the public. We welcome donations in line with the Museum Collections Policy that relate to the Sixth of Foot, the Royal Warwickshire Regiment, the Royal Warwickshire Fusiliers and the Royal Regiment of Fusiliers. We would be delighted to discuss any potential donations that you may wish to make towards the museum's collection.
Please note that we ask visitors not to bring in donations without an appointment, as these cannot be left at the Museum without prior notice.
To notify a member of the team of any donations or to make an appointment please email Chris Kirby, General Manager – email@example.com