Public Consultation on New Museum of Military Medicine

The museum plans to relocate from Keogh Barracks near Aldershot to Cardiff Bay, and the site chosen lies at the junction of Lloyd George Avenue, one of the major routes connecting Cardiff City centre to Cardiff Bay, and Hemingway Road....Read more
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Sanitation, Sand and Shells

Historians at Bishop Grosseteste University (BGU) are working in partnership with the Museum of Military Medicine on a project funded by the Arts & Humanities Research Council – Gateways to the First World War....Read more
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New Shop Stock for 2017

We would like to introduce a new line of 100% Cotton ‘Army + Medic’ t-shirts with a special introductory offer of £14.00....Read more
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Object of the Month

The ‘Netley Album’ is an exceptional pictorial account of the Netley Hospital during the early years of the First World War. ...Read more
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Museum to open on Saturdays

The Museum of Military Medicine will be starting regular Saturday opening from the first weekend in November....Read more
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Army Medical Services rebrands

AMS Museum changes its name to The Museum of Military Medicine....Read more
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Guildford Borough’s Heritage Open Day programme

The Museum of Military Medicine is pleased to be taking part in Guildford Borough's Heritage Open Day programme this year....Read more
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