The Royal Engineers Museum is a treasury of military history, exploring the life and work of men and women in the Corps of Royal Engineers, the ‘Sappers’.
Set in the impressive Ravelin Building, our galleries tell stories of inventiveness and bravery. From the English Civil War, through the age of Empire and defence of the Medway to the total warfare of World Wars and work of today’s Sappers. Victoria Crosses, the Duke of Wellington’s map of Waterloo and D-Day tank turret sit alongside artefacts from across the world, First War gas shells and a V2 rocket.
Challenging and inspiring our visitors. Imaginations and creativity are sparked in a unique learning environment including interactive games, Sapper Workshop and outdoor play tank.
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