Royal Regiment of Fusiliers Museum
Discover a hidden gem, the Museum tells the story of the county infantry regiment from 1674 to today. Explore the past; find tales of heroism with the sinking of the Birkenhead and gallantry with Victoria Cross winners, famous people like Field Marshal Montgomery, Bobby the antelope mascot and a female soldier. The displays also include some hands-on activities for families and special events during the year. Gifts and souvenirs are available as mementoes of your visit. We offer a family history research service. Set in a fine 17th century house.
The town is easily reached by road from Birmingham, Coventry and Stratford. Leave the M40 at Junction 15 of the motorway on the A429 to Warwick. There is a public pay and display car park in St Nicholas Park at the rear of the museum.
There is also on street parking (metered) in the vicinity. There is a small car park at St John’s House, but spaces are limited, and there is accessible parking at the back. Trains stop at Warwick Station from Birmingham, Stratford and London Marylebone. Warwick Station is 0.2 miles away from the Museum.
The Central Bus Station is located in Warwick town centre about 0.5 miles away from the Museum.
Adults – £4
Concessions – £3
Children (5-16) – £2
Under 5’s FREE
Family ticket – £10
Winter opening hours
November – March Tuesday to Saturday – 10am – 4pm
Summer opening hours
April – October Tuesday to Saturday & Bank Holiday Mondays – 10am – 5pm
We aim to provide a friendly and accessible environment as possible for all our visitors. The Museum is on the first floor. We apologise that there is no lift, due to the physical restrictions posed by the Grade I listed building.
Visitors can get an idea about what the museum exhibition looks like from the Virtual Tour facility on a touchscreen on the ground floor.
There are also copies of the graphic panels available on request from reception. Certain smaller items can be brought down for viewing by visitors on request.
Enquiries are welcome.