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The Staffordshire Regiment Museum, Whittington

(4.4/5 based on 55+ reviews on the web)
The Staffordshire Regiment Museum is a military museum in Staffordshire, England, dedicated to preserving the history of The Staffordshire Regiment, its antecedent regiments and its successor regiment, The Mercian Regiment, from 1705 to the present day. The Staffordshire Regiment was an Infantry regiment of the British Army. The regiment was formed in 1959 by the amalgamation of The South Staffordshire Regiment and The North Staffordshire Regiment.
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TripAdvisor
  • We came here for a visit when passing and glad we did. There is a museum with some interesting and a couple of bits that make you understand what our soldiers do for us. There is on the outside WW1 tr...  more »
  • This is a lovely little museum that has lots of really interesting exhibits. Staff are friendly and very knowledgeable, I really like places like this that are so good at preserving history and making...  more »
  • Attended the Carols in the Trenches event and was really disappointed. This should have been a moving, dramatic event and the pouring rain should have added to the empathetic experience.. What we actu...  more »
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  • A good little museum packed with the history of the regiment. The museum is enhanced by frequent events and I would give five stars if these were better promoted and attended.
  • The trench experience is very much worth doing. The guides are full of knowledge and give an exceptional insight into what life was like for the soldiers in the Great War. Museum is full of artifacts covering historical battles up to the present day.
  • We turned up having read 'open today 12.30-4' and you weren't. The people painting told me the kids couldn't play in the trenches due to 'elf n safety'. No apology, just a denial that the website says what it says. For anyone else planning to go they are shut for the first week of the school holidays - can't beat good planning - or effective communication