The Regimental and Military Museum, Cathedral Close, Salisbury.
Saturday 11 and Sunday 12 June 2005
(10.00 am - 5.00 pm each day)
In June the museum at Salisbury will once again host a major 'living history' event: a two day display staged by the internationally acclaimed 'Diehards Company'; a military presentation and re-enactment group of the Victorian Military Society.
Dont miss this unique opportunity to.....
Visit a military encampment, complete with authentic uniforms, weapons, signalling, supply and medical equipment, and lots more....
Watch arena displays (at 11.45 am., 2.30 pm and 4.00 pm each day) demostrating the drill, tactics and weapons firing of an earlier age.....
Talk to British infantrymen of the 1880s and learn about the equipment, lifestyle, pay, conditions of service, in barracks routine and training of Queen Victoria's army - and about an age in which that british Army's redcoats played a key part in defending one of the greatest empires that the world had ever seen.
Experience a colourful, exciting and most authentic glimpse of soldiering during the heyday of the british Empire in the late Nineteenth century.... at the military museum in cathedral Close, salisbury this June.
Admission prices on 11 and 12 June (include full museum entry & all event displays):
family (two adaults & up to three children) £10.00
Adaults : £5.00; Children £2.00
Group rates on application to the museum.
The Regimental Museum, 58 The Close, Salisbury, Wilts, SP1 2EX
Tel: 01722 419419, Fax 01722 421626