The Queen’s Royal Lancers & Nottinghamshire Yeomanry Museum

Tracing the history of three old and famous cavalry Regiments: The Queen’s Royal Lancers, The Sherwood Rangers Yeomanry and The South Nottinghamshire Hussars, the museum, opened on 26 July 2011 by HRH Princess Alexandra and is located in the courtyard at Thoresby Park in North Nottinghamshire.

The three Regiments have amalgamated their collections to create a combined museum within Thoresby Courtyard, in partnership with The Stonebridge Trust. The museum tells the human, social and military history of the regiments and the story of the British cavalry from the days of the horseback charge, through the great tank battles of the Second World War, to present-day operations in Iraq and Afghanistan.

As the Museum is free to enter, it enables families and other visitors to the area to learn about local history through the eyes of the collection.

 

Opening Hours: Wednesday to Sunday 10.30am-4pm (March to November)

The Museum closes over the winter months and its last open day for 2017 will be Sunday as it is run by volunteers, however, to avoid disappointment private tours for groups visiting can be arranged.  Tours are available on Thursday’s pre-booking is essential, alternative days must be enquired for please call the Visitor centre 01623 822009 or the museum.

 

Tel: 01623 824222

Email: curator@qrlnymuseum.co.uk

Website: www.qrlnymuseum.co.uk

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