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Royal Signals Museum

A great family day out

The story of military communications from semaphore  to cyber

Due to the Coronavirus threat the museum is closed until further notice

Our unique circumstances mean it is unlikely we will re-open during the summer months but we hope to welcome visitors later in the year. In the interim please feel free to explore our site.

Roger So Far

The illustrated Corps Centenary book

Buy now: Royal Signals Museum Shop

100 years of The Corps, 100+ years to explore

Royal Signals Museum, Blandford

A look at the first 100 years of the Corps from inside the Royal Signals Museum

“Ready to go”

A look at the Corps at work

Military communications at the museum

Explore the exciting story of military communications and information from the Crimean War to the present day.

Discover the work of the Corps and communications

History & Heritage

History & Heritage

From semaphore to cyber
Investigate the history of military communications.

Explore Corps heritage from the Crimean War to the present day

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See

See

  • Women at War
  • Willy’s Jeep
  • Monty’s Command vehicle
  • Medals and honours
  • White Helmets bikes and memorabilia

Kit Medals Uniform

Kit Medals Uniform

Communications vehicles.

Signalling equipment.

Uniform through the ages.

Medal gallery including the George Cross

Learn

Learn

  • Interactive history, science and technology of communications
  • The crucial role played by The Royal Signals in the 21st Century Army

Battles & Conflicts

Battles & Conflicts

Frequently first in to conflict.

Providing tactical communications.

Ensuring commanders have battle-winning information.

Experience

Experience

  • Transmit your message in morse code
  • Create a radio relay
  • Experience life in an Afghanistan Compound
  • Dine in the NAAFI Cafe

A great family day out

Interactive – Enjoyable – Educational and fun!

Entertaining you during lockdown and beyond

A brand new book and an amateur radio station convey all things Corps during these unprecedented times.

Roger So Far

The Corps Centenary book ‘Roger So Far” celebrates many of the Corps’ achievements during its first 100 years.

This hardback, illustrated coffee table book is packed full of stories about people, units and events in the context of campaigns, technologies and equipment. RRP £30 with discounts for Regular, Reserve and Retired Corps members.

Buy now from the Royal Signals Museum Shop

Museum Amateur Radio Station GB100RSM

Geoff, one of the Museum’s volunteers will run Amateur Radio Station GB100RSM from his home station in Bournemouth until the end of June. The intention is to to publicise the Museum, the Corps Centenary and the Centenary book Roger So Far …

They will use Morse and SSB (speech) on amateur bands 40 metres- 20 metres-17 metres.
Times of operations cannot be guaranteed as but will depend on band conditions and personal commitments.
Station location is BOURNEMOUTH BH10 4HP
MAIDENHEAD LOCATOR IO 90 BR
Geoff can be emailed on geoffg3wzp@gmail.com by anyone wanting to arrange a connection

Royal Signals Museum Blandford

Royal Signals Museum Blandford

Royal Signals Museum Blandford

Royal Signals Museum Blandford