Royal Hampshire Regiment Museum
The museum was opened shortly after the Second World War and originally occupied two floors. In 2004 it was reopened in its present site on the ground floor of Serles House.
It comprises of two large rooms connected by a long corridor which houses the picture gallery.
The first room you enter concerns the history of the Regiment from 1702 until 1905. The second room is from Dunkirk to the present day in Afghanistan.
Weekdays 10am to 4pm Tuesday to Friday throughout the year.
Weekends and Bank holidays 12pm to 4pm Saturday and Sunday (April to October inclusive).
Weapons and War, Costume and Textiles, Fine Art, Music, Coins and Medals, Archives