Who We Are

The Rifles Museum, situated in the heart of Winchester, offers a fascinating insight into the story of the largest infantry regiment of the British Army.

Immerse yourself into their history and exciting campaigns, and find out what it is like to be a Rifleman, including trying on their uniform and battle armour!

Packed with personal items and individual soldiers’ accounts, it is a meaningful experience for all to enjoy and explore.

Free Admission

For opening times, please see your visit

01962 828505

Sat Nav: SO23 8TS

There is limited free parking onsite and a parking permit should be collected from the museum front desk.

What’s On

Peninsula Pumpkins

Join us for pumpkin carving, military ghost stories and much more on Friday 26th October and Saturday 27th October. There is a small charge per child for each pumpkin.

Find out more at our What’s On section.

Pumpkins in a Rifles theme

The Museum

Explore the story of the largest infantry regiment in the British Army.

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The Rifles Collection,
Peninsula Barracks,
Romsey Road,
Winchester SO23 8TS

 

We are situated on Peninsula Barracks at the top end of the Winchester city centre. It’s a short walk up from the High Street, just past Winchester’s iconic Westgate and Great Hall.

The Rifles Museum shares the same building as The Royal Green Jacket’s Museum; a forming regiment of The Rifles.

 

For more information please click here.

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Twice Sold Tales

Come on into The Rifles Museum to see our brilliant second-hand book corner. Browse through a wide collection of military history, novels and more! What will you discover? All books sold help us to fund Read more…

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2018 Winter Activities and Events

This year, we have an exciting winter of activities and events planned out. Make sure you don’t miss out on our exciting new temporary exhibition, Riflemen Behind the Lens, opening 24th September. This exhibition will feature a Read more…