Guardroom Museum - Adjutant General's Corps Museum

Adjutant General's Corps Museum
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The Adjutant General's Corps was formed in 1992 and the museum tells the histories of those corps from which it was formed using text, images, objects, uniforms and realistic figure reconstructions.

Venue Type:


Opening hours

Tuesday - Saturday 1000-1700.

Admission charges

Admission free.

The Museum seeks to tell the story of personnel administration and pay, policing and detention, education, legal matters and women in the Army by using the collections of the antecedent corps – RAPC, RMP and MPSC, RAEC, ALC and WRAC, not forgetting the RAOC staff clerks and all regimental clerks in the Army. One of the most prized items in the Museum is a War Department Driving Permit that once belonged to the Queen. It is on permanent display inside the Museum.

Collection details

Weapons and War

Guardroom Museum - Adjutant General's Corps Museum
Peninsula Barracks
Romsey Road
SO23 8TP




01962 877826

Regimental Secretary

01962 887435

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