What’s on

Download your quick guide to What’s On in 2022 here!

Summer 2022: it’s all about our families area this summer at the Household Cavalry Museum

  • Dress up in red and blue ceremonial or green operational kit, and in August try on our King’s Troop Royal Horse Artillery black and gold uniform. Time to practice that salute!
  • Create a masterpiece in our arts & crafts area for the Queen’s Jubilee or create a ‘bluey’ to post home.
  • Play or chill out in our special 10ft tall camo tent.
  • Explore the Museum and local area with our trails, gallery quizzes, and free family friendly self-guided walking tour.

Book your tickets here: https://householdcavalry.co.uk/museum/visitor-information-bookings/

Try a sneak peek before you visit

Try a sneak peek before you visit

Dress up and camo tent: WATCH HERE

Arts & Crafts area: WATCH HERE

Learn about the Kings Troop uniform: WATCH HERE

See the Queen’s Life Guard on duty: WATCH HERE

Get your very own camo goodies: SEE HERE

Since March

The Evolution of Medicine through Warfare Campaign

The Evolution of Medicine through Warfare Campaign

ONLINE EXHIBITION LINK HERE.

Join us at the Household Cavalry Museum (onsite and online) as we delve into the wide-reaching impact of military campaigns on the art and science of medicine and how these changes affect our lives today; from the development of prosthetics to the changing face of frontline warfare.

On site:

The Evolution of Medicine through Warfare timeline: from the Civil War to Covid.

The Evolution of Medicine through Warfare object trail: using items from our collection to highlight examples of change.

On-line:

The Evolution of Medicine through Warfare digital exhibition webpage including in depth research and fascinating videos from our team and our partners.

Events:

Campaign launch event: Thursday 3 March: The Evolution of Military Medicine Through Campaigns talk at the incredible Old Operating Theatre, London Bridge.

Joint ticket: Fridays 25 February, 25 March, and 29 April:  From Horse Guards to Garret: Two Museums, One Ticket

Since April

Falklands at 40 Campaign

Falklands at 40 Campaign

Join us at the Household Cavalry Museum as we look back 40 years to commemorate the anniversary of the Falklands War.

– a new cabinet of Falkland’s artefacts including never before seen pieces from the Archive and private collections;

– an Oral History Project with Falklands Veterans, culminating in a family friendly ‘Listening Post’ onsite at the London Museum, and in depth on-line excerpts, as well as a full submission of the project to our Windsor Archive for posterity;

– a families’ ‘blueys’ activity looking at communication during the conflict and today.

 

CLICK THE BELOW LINK TO HEAR A SELECTION OF CLIPS FROM OUR ORAL HISTORY PROJECT INTERVIEWING VETERANS ABOUT THEIR EXPERIENCES OF THE CONFLICT: 

FALKLANDS AT 40 INTERVIEWS (64MB, 12mins).

 

Support the Household Cavalry Museum

Support the Household Cavalry Museum

The Museum looks forward to your support. As well as preserving over 350 years of heritage, profits from the Museum contribute to the Household Cavalry Foundation each year and go towards supporting Household Cavalrymen past and present.

Discover the Household Cavalry Museum

10am – 6pm, April to October / 10am – 5pm, November to March / Last admission 45 minutes before closing.

The King’s Troop Royal Horse Artillery are covering summer Queen’s Life Guard duties until Tuesday 22 August- come down now and learn about this incredible Regiment as well as the Household Cavalry.

We are currently open 7 days a week, 10am-6pm (last entry 5pm) with full Regimental public duties now back daily. Pre-booking is recommended; please choose your arrival timeslot here.

Book online events such as our Regimental Historian Lectures here.

See what else you can join in with our ‘What’s On’ schedule here.

The Evolution of Medicine through Warfare online exhibition can still be enjoyed here.

The Museum is fully Covid safety compliant and ready to welcome you, but as a small independent business we are still struggling. For more information on this and how you can SUPPORT the Museum at this difficult time please see here.

Can’t make it to Horse Guards? You can still always enjoy our: Virtual Visit page, podcast, YouTube Channel, and Instagram posts any time.