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Regimental and Corps Museum networks


Sharing advice and working in partnership

The National Army Museum provides support to regional networks of Regimental and Corps Museums who meet regularly throughout the UK.

Regional networks

Regimental and Corps Museum networks serve as forums for museum representatives to share advice relating to the sector and develop collaborative projects. Membership is open to all army museums and collections.

The National Army Museum provides support through an advisory service, bespoke training sessions and by assisting with network projects. For more information, please contact Julian Farrance (

Association of Scottish Military Museums (ASMM)

All of the Army Museums in Scotland are members of ASMM. The Association was recently awarded Recognition from Museums Galleries Scotland to have all of their museums recognised as collections of national significance.

London Military Museums Network (LMMN)

LMMN includes the museums in London holding army collections. Membership includes the Royal Hospital Chelsea, the Household Cavalry Museum and Windsor Archive, the Fusilier Museum London, the First Aid Nursing Yeomary Archive, the London Irish Rifles Museum, the Jewish Museum London, the Museum of Army Music and the National Army Museum.

Northern Military Museum Network (NMMN)

The network membership consists of Regimental Museums based across northern England. Helen Smith, previously of the Fusilier Museum Bury (and now at the Tank Museum) is leading the NMMN Video Coaching project. This will produce a series of ten videos and accompanying information packs on subjects that are particularly relevant to military museums and will be accessible to museum staff, trustees and volunteers.

Wales & West Army Museums (WWAM)

One of the largest regional networks, WWAM encompasses the Regimental and Corps museums in Wales and the West of England. The network is currently leading an advocacy project, in which all seventeen member museums are participating to encourage audience development in their museums.

Eastern Military Museums Association (EMMA)

This network encompasses the Regimental Museums based in the East Midlands and East of England. This includes the 9th/12th Royal Lancers Museum, the Museum of the Mercian Regiment (WFR), the Queen’s Royal Lancers Nottinghamshire Yeomanry Museum, Carillion Tower & War Memorial, the Royal Anglian Regiment Museum, the Suffolk Regiment Museum, the Airborne Assault Museum and the Northamptonshire Regiment Museum.

Southern Army Museums (SAM)

This network is based in the south of England and includes military museums from Winchester to Dover. This includes the Princess of Wales’s Royal Regiment and Queen’s Regiment Museum, the Soldiers of Oxfordshire Museum, the Museum of Army Flying, the Military Museums in Winchester, the Kent & Sharpshooters Yeomanry Museum, the Rifles Berkshire and Wiltshire Museum, the Royal Military Police Museum and the Museum of Army Chaplaincy.

Corps Museums Network (CMN)

This group includes membership of the Corps Museums in the UK, including the Royal Engineers Museum, Library & Archive, the Royal Signals Corps Museum, the Tank Museum, the Military Intelligence Museum, the Royal Army Physical Training Corps Museum, the Museum of Military Medicine, the Royal Artillery Museum, REME Museum and the Royal Logistic Corps Museum.

Winchester’s Military Museums Network (WMMN)

This network is inclusive of the six military museums based in Peninsula Barracks in Winchester. The Network has just launched a joint ticket offer, in which one ticket includes entry to the Gurkha Museum, HorsePower and The Royal Green Jackets (Rifles) Museum. The Royal Hampshire Regiment Museum, The Rifles Collection and The Museum of the Adjutant General Corps are also located on the site and entry is free.

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