Museum

Discover the Surrey Infantry Museum

A young visitor finds out about the garrison in India

A young visitor finds out about the garrison in India

Trace the story of The Queen's Royal Regiment and The East Surrey Regiment through three and a half centuries of history in our remarkable museum. Located in the undercroft, entry to the museum is free.

Find out more

You can visit the museum's dedicated website to find out more about how the museum is funded and to take a closer look at the museum itself.

For any museum enquiries you can email us or call 01483 223 419.

The origins of the regiment

See uniforms, artefacts and armour from the time of the Indian rebellion © James Duffy

See uniforms, artefacts and armour from the time of the Indian rebellion

See lifelike displays and discover what it was like to be a soldier suffering under the demands of an empire, including the Crimean War, the Boer War and what it was like to be stationed in India.

The 20th century room

Learn about life in the trenches in the 20th century room © James Duffy

Learn about life in the trenches in the 20th century room

Discover the extraordinary stories and memorable images of life in the trenches with the regiment during The Great War and The Second World War.

Recent history and today's regiment

The uniforms and equipment of The Princess of Wales's Royal Regiment © Clandon Park

The uniforms and equipment of The Princess of Wales's Royal Regiment

Learn how The Queen's Royal Regiment and The East Surrey Regiment amalgamated through the decades, eventually forming today’s regiment, The Princess of Wales's Royal Regiment.

Museum events at Clandon Park

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    Victorian soldiers on parade

    See Victorian soldiers, their costumes and artefacts with visiting re-enactors

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    Military marching band

    Enjoy music on the lawn from the visiting military marching band

The Onslows and the military

William Hillier, fourth Earl of Onslow, photographed at Government House

Find out about the links between the Onslow family, the military and Clandon Park itself as well as the Surrey Militia, Volunteers, Territorials and National Service soldiers.

The Victoria Cross display

Find out about the history of the Victoria Cross, the highest military decoration awarded to members of the British Armed Forces. Eighteen have been awarded to members of this regiment.

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