The Rifles Collection is the Regimental museum of The Rifles, established in 2013. It tells the story of The Rifles from their formation in 2007 until present day, for this and future generations. Packed with fascinating artefacts and plenty to enjoy, the museum is a wonderful day out for all the family. It gives visitors the chance to immerse themselves in the story of the largest infantry regiment in the British Army and find out what it means to be a Rifleman.

10am to 5pm (Mon-Sat) & 11am to 4pm (Sun)

Free Admission

01962 828505

Sat Nav: SO23 8TS

9 September


The Rifles Collection will be open as part of Heritage Open Days 2017

10am to 4pm




Join us at The Rifle’s Collection on the 28th October for a talk on Jane Austen’s officers and how they compare to our current serving officers in The Rifles. 2017 marks the 200th Anniversary of Jane Austen’s death, one of the worlds most famous authors, she spent much of her life in Hampshire and this is part of a series of exhibitions and talks put together to celebrate her creativity and talent.

For more information visit the events page from the Jane Austen 200 website.


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Tel: 01962 828505

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

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

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