Excellent museum small but worth a visit , early opening was a bonus as we were there just after 9am
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Review by Dr Sim. You go pass this on the hop on hop off bus. The museum is small but nice. History of one of the many military units that served the Queen. Nice souvenirs for tourists and visitors. Regard Dr Sim
Behind a 'shop facade' on a busy city street hides this regimental museum, with exhibits from its previous regiments: the Royal Scots Fusiliers and the Highland Light Infantry. Both had distinguished histories and this museum does justice to both. Crippled by government stinginess the Curator...More
Had been looking for something to do to fill in time in the afternoon and this looked interesting. Small frontage led to a larger museum than expected, many glass cases and some good information boards on campaigns and history, two floors. However, while opening times...More
As you'll read in other reviews, the staff at the museum aren't exactly friendly. We arrived to find a sign stating the museum would reopen at 1:15, which it did not. We gave up after waiting 15 minutes, and came back later. We managed to...More
Travelled over 150 miles to visit this museum . Had been checking their website , which itself is very poor, for information about what is in the museum and opening times etc. It is only open weekdays so had wait until I retired from work...More
The museum traces the history of the three regiments from which the Royal Highland Fusiliers are descended. Starting in 1678 the story carries through to the Regiment today. The collection is shown chronologically on two floors of interlinked galleries illustrating the many campaigns in which...More
Very interesting just shame it's so small given the history attached. Well located in Glasgow's famous Sauchiehall Street!
It is one of the smaller military museums about but still very interesting. I must have taken about 50 minutes to look over the exhibits.