Our Regimental Museum is open 10:00-16:00, Tuesday to Saturday.
A considerable number of weapons are on display in the Ancient High House, including ceremonial swords and this Mauser carbine rifle captured during the Boer War.
Some of the uniforms on display have been used for ceremonial duties until recent times. The hardest part is trying to find someone small enough to fit them!
The Museum possesses an ever-increasing archive of photos and documents. A mounted regiment, here is proof that it wasn't just horses.
Like all regiments, the Staffordshire Yeomanry possesses an impressive amount of silverware. Some of this is on display at the Museum and is still used on formal occasions.
We are very proud to be able to display medals which have been bequeathed by former Staffordshire Yeomen and their families.
There is an interesting array of equipment at the Museum, including all the kit required for a mounted soldier and his steed.
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Three personal photograph albums belonging to Major T H Gardner have been digitised to allow online visitors to view a poignant and evocative collection of photos from WW2.