ww1pincushRoyal Engineers Museum: Meet the Experts Event Tuesday 13th August 10am – 4pm

On Tuesday 13th August, 10am – 4pm the Royal Engineers Museum will be opening their doors for ‘Meet the Experts’. The Museum curators and experts from the National Army Museum and Orders of Medals Research Society will be on hand on Tuesday 13th to help visitors identify their items, discuss them and provide tips on caring for the objects.

Visitors are welcome to bring along any sort of item for identification with the exception of guns, firearms and ammunition. If you bring along an object you will also gain FREE entry to the Museum for the day. We will not be providing valuations for objects, just assistance with identification and care.

Owners are responsible for moving objects from their vehicles to the Museum and back again. The Museum assumes no responsibility for loss or damage to any object.

About the Royal Engineers Museum, Library and Archive (REMLA)

The Royal Engineers Museum is Kent’s largest military museum, and holds it’s only Designated Collection of historical and international importance. The many galleries tell the story of Britain’s military engineers from the Roman period to the modern Corps of Royal Engineers. The millions of items in its collection tell a sweeping epic of courage, creativity and innovation and the stories of individuals of great renown (General Gordon, Lord Kitchener, John Chard VC) and the average Sapper who has helped the British Army move, fight and survive for over 200 years.

Tuesday – Friday 9.00am to 5.00pm; Saturday – Sunday & Bank Holidays: 11.30am to 5.00pm; CLOSED MONDAYS
Admission: Pay once: get in for 12 months!
Adult: £8.00 Family: £21.50 Concession: £5.50 Children under 5, Students and Serving Royal Engineers: Free
Website: http://www.re-museum.co.uk, Twitter: @REMuseum, Facebook: The Royal Engineers Museum