Royal Signals Museum
Please excuse our appearance. We are revamping some of the site to provide a better user experience.
Open Every Day
We are open every day until October.
Museum Archive is temporarily closed.
The Museum Archive is closed for appointments from 17th February – until 13th March 2017. Email enquiries will be continue to be dealt with as soon as we can.
Dr Jeff H
A World Class Museum on a Historic Military Base.
Interactive, informative, inspiring. A fabulous family day out.
Groups and school visits welcome.
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— Antiques Road Trip (@AntiqueRoadTrip) September 20, 2016
There is a running battle going on, and you feel part of it…Certainly worth a trip if you are in Dorset.
Directions & Opening Times
Royal Signals Museum
Mon- Fri 10am – 5pm last entry 4pm
Weekends until October 2017 10am – 4pm last entry 3pm
A valid photo ID (passport/driving licence/MoD90) is required by all adults 16+ for admission to the museum, no exceptions.
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The staff on the gate and in the museum were so helpful to everyone they came in contact with.. Remember to take photo ID with you or your not getting in!
Medals & Uniform
If the cap fits…
BAOR – Can you help?
Ahead of the enemy, leaving no trace, keeping you safe
Action from Afghanistan to the Olympics…
Connect, detect, protect
Cyber & Security
Online the new front line
Royal Signals – Leaders in a Digital Age
Explore the work of The Corps and The Museum
100 years at the cutting-edge of communications
All under one roof
The Royal Signals Museum
Enjoy a spectacular day out
Battle of Arras visual communications
Explore The Museum
Intrigue, excitement, adventure..
- Communication and signalling through history
- The crucial role played by The Royal Signals in the 21st Century Army
- Women at War exhibition
- Willy’s Jeep
- Marvel at the medals and honours earned by former Signallers
- Transmit your own message in morse code
- Create your own radio relay
- Experience life in an Afghanistan Compound
- Dine in the NAFFI Cafe alongside today’s soldiers
- The vital role and importance of the Royal Signals past, present, future
- What it takes to operate in war and in peace