2018 Events

13th March to 21st September

Hidden Heroes: The Families and Communities behind The Rifles

Hidden Heroes is the first temporary exhibition by the museum as part of a programme exploring non-operational topics. It examines the families and communities which support The Rifles and looks at their stories from over the last 10 years of the Regiment’s history. Read more about this exhibition here.

The Rifles Museum

Free Entry

24th June

On Parade

Join us for Winchester’s Military Museums’ biggest and best day of the year! With live music, historic and military displays and performances, this day brings Winchester’s military past and present together with a bang!

Peninsula Barracks

11am to 3pm

Free Entry

 

28th June

Hidden Heroes: Military Families in Conversation

Military families are often known as the hidden heroes behind the British Army. Join us for this exclusive panel talk discussing the support networks available to them and hear first-hand accounts of life as a military spouse.

The Rifles Museum

6.30pm

Booking Essential

24th September to 5th March

Riflemen behind the Lens

As part of the museum’s changing exhibition series, this photography exhibition explores life in the Regiment from the perspective of those serving in it.

The Rifles Museum

Free Entry

Touring Exhibitions

Drawing on our unique collections and stories, we have created a touring exhibition, I am a Rifleman. We are always looking to develop new partnerships and hope to curate more touring exhibitions in the future!

For further information on our touring exhibition offer, please download the information pack below or contact us by email on museum@the-rifles.co.uk

Read more about the exhibition.

 

I am a Rifleman Touring Exhibition

The Bramall Papers: Reflections on War and Peace

 

The Bramall Papers cover the writings, public utterances and recollections of Field Marshal Lord Bramall, formed during his long and eventful career. Together they provide an expert overview of Britain’s foreign and defence policies over 75 years.

Special offer via Pen & Sword Books

£20 plus £4 Postage and Packaging