Museum re-opens 15th June. Please book in advance by telephone only and check before travelling as this may change at very short notice see www.royalsignalsmuseum.co.uk/book-now-to-visit-the-royal-signals-museum | Visit the www.royalsignalsshop.uk for souvenirs and Corps memorabilia | We welcome new volunteers see Volunteer for us |

Royal Signals Museum

A great family day out

The story of military communications from semaphore  to cyber

Interactive, educational and fun!

Science

Technology

Communications

The Museum holds the Visit Britain ‘Good to Go ‘ certification. This is the UK-wide industry standard and consumer mark, in partnership with the national tourism organisations of Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales to provide a ‘ring of confidence’ for tourism as the sector works towards reopening.

See https://goodtogo.visitbritain.com/discover

Military communications at the museum

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

History & Heritage

From semaphore to cyber

 

Investigate the history of military communications.

Explore Corps heritage from the Crimean War to the present day.

See

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

Kit Medals Uniform

Communications vehicles.

Signalling equipment.

Uniform through the ages.

Medal gallery including the George Cross.

Learn

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

Battles & Conflicts

Frequently first in to conflict.

Providing tactical communications.

Ensuring commanders have battle-winning information.

Experience

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

Royal Signals Museum Blandford

Royal Signals Museum Blandford

Royal Signals Museum Blandford

Royal Signals Museum Blandford

Discover the work of the Corps and communications