Royal Regiment of Fusiliers Museum (Royal Warwickshire)
The Royal Regiment of Fusiliers Museum (Royal Warwickshire) which tells the story of over 300 years of history of the County Regiment, from its raising in 1674 to the Fusiliers of today. It is situated in a 17th century Grade I listed house, which is regarded as one of the most important buildings in Warwick.
The museum offers research services to those who wish to learn more about relatives who served during the Regiments history, as well as huge amounts of information and fascinating exhibits.
Due to recent funding cuts, the museum is looking more and more for funding from donations to be able to continue its educational work. We, as a group, would encourage anyone with an interest or family tie to the Warwicks, to visit the museum. We are proud to be able to offer the chance to donate funds to the museum or purchase Warwickshire memorabilia at our shows, namely:
- 'No Better Soldier'- an excellent book written by 2nd Battalions Commanding Officer, Capt Illing recounting his time with the Warwicks in WW2
- Bobby the Antelope- a soft toy of the famous Black Buck Antelope mascot of the Warwickshire Regiment
To visit the Museums website, please click on the picture below