Green Howards Regimental Museum

Green Howards Regimental Museum
Trinity Church Square
North Yorkshire
DL10 4QN




01748 826561

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Green Howards Regimental Museum medal collection
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The objects in our museum come from many different sources, but the collection itself started through the interests and collections of a few key individuals.

Over time, through diligent collecting, and generous donation, particularly in the years following the First World War, the collection has grown.

The museum itself has always been based in Richmond; starting off with a nomadic life in and around the Regimental depot in Gallowgate, before finding a permanent home in the centre of the town.

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Opening hours

Open Monday to Saturday 10.00am to 4.30pm.
Closed on New Year’s Eve and New Year’s Day.
Between 1 April and 31 October we are also open on Sunday afternoons - 12.30pm to 4.30pm

Admission charges

Adults £4
Seniors £3.50
Service personnel £3.75
Young people 13-18 £2
Children under 13 £1
Children under 5 Free

Collection details

Archives, Costume and Textiles, Weapons and War

Exhibition details are listed below, you may need to scroll down to see them all.
Image of Green Howards officers following the first battle of Ypres

Exhibition: The first battle - Ypres 1914

  • 14 October 2014 — 30 April 2015 *on now

When the Green Howards Museum reopens in the autumn, our first exhibition will centre on the battle of Ypres (October and November 1914).

This battle was the last to involve open, mobile warfare on the Western Front, before entrenchment and stalemate set in.

By the end of November 1914 the Green Howards had lost a generation of professional, trained soldiers.

The exhibition will explore the role played by the Green Howards during the battle, and also track the experiences of soldiers and their families through diaries, paintings and personal effects.

The exhibition will run until April 2015.

Suitable for

  • Any age