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The Regimental Museum of The Royal Welsh (Brecon)

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One adult entry to the museum

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One child entry to the museum

About the partner

On display at the museum is one of the finest collections of military artefacts. These tell the story of a regiment that has participated in many of the great events of British History in the last 300 years. The focal point of the museum is the Zulu War Room. Other displays cover the two World Wars, one of the finest collections of firepower and over 3,000 medals

What do I need to know?

Open all year Monday – Friday: 10am – 5pm. Check website for weekend opening during summer season. Pictures and paintings, dioramas and drums, assegais and ammunition, buttons, badges and uniforms all combine to form a vivid image of life as a soldier; the young visitor can even try on a uniform red jacket and helmet to feel what was like to be a soldier in Victorian times - we have things to interest everybody of all ages. No Time Credit charge for under 5s.

Important information
  • Do individuals and families need to book in advance? NO
  • Can groups attend if booked in advance? YES

Partner information

  • 01874 613 310
  • The Barracks, Brecon, LD3 7EB