Make a donation. The Museum is happy to accept financial donations as well as objects, medals, equipment, documents, books and manuals.
We are open seven days a week throughout Spring and Summer.
Giving the public a glimpse into military communications past and present
Explore the work of The Corps, The Museum and Communications
- Interactive history, science and techology of communications
- The crucial role played by The Royal Signals in the 21st Century Army
Intrigue, excitement, adventure
- Women at War exhibition
- Willy’s Jeep. Monty’s Command vehicle
- Medals and honours earned by Signallers
- White Helmets bikes and memorabilia
- Transmit your own message in morse code
- Create a radio relay
- Experience life in an Afghanistan Compound
- Dine in the NAAFI Cafe alongside soldiers
- Royal Signals vital ‘first in to battle, last out’ role
- The importance of communications – past, present and future
- What it takes to operate in war and in peace
So much to see and do
Museum floor plan.
Plan your day in advance – Download your own copy of the Museum Floor Plan here
Plan ahead…Top tips
- Click here to view the interactive floor plan..
- To find out more about the current displays, see Exhibitions
- For interactive ideas, with a focus on a younger audience see Prepare for action
- To find out more about The Royal Corps of Signals, see History & heritage
Royal Signals Museum, Blandford Camp, Dorset DT11 8RH
Mon – Fri 10am – 5pm (last entry 4pm)
Sat – Sun 10am – 4 pm (Last entry 3pm)
Open 7 days a week until Oct 28 2018.
Closed weekends Nov 3 2018 – 15 Feb 2019.
Adult and youth groups welcome see Group visits
A valid photo ID (passport/driving licence/MoD90) is required by all adults 16+ for admission to the museum, no exceptions. Please contact the Museum ahead of any planned visit if you cannot provide photo ID for all adults.
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Dr Jeff H
A World Class Museum on a Historic Military Base.