Royal Signals Museum
The Royal Signals Museum relates the story of the men and women of the RE Signals Service and the Royal Corps of Signals, from the Crimean War to the Falklands, the Gulf and Bosnia.
In a series of interactive displays and exhibitions, you can experience how battlefield communications have evolved into the high-tech super communications in use today.
Permanent exhibitions and displays at the Museum include :
Animals at War (Pigeon VC)
SOE ~ Special Operations Executive
ENIGMA ~ Codes and codebreakers
Para, Airborne, Air Support & SAS Signals
Long Range Desert Group
Despatch riders & motorbike collection.
New features include :
"Little Critters" : Having re-opened in 1997 after a £1.5M refurbishment, there are many new exciting interactive and "hands on" displays for the younger visitors.
SAS - Who Dares Wins : An interactive display telling the story of the SAS, including their weapons, equipment, survival aids, training and some of their missions.