What's on

I'm pleased to announce that the Museum was successful in its grant application to fund an improved Museum website with a built-in digital walkthrough. This will allow people to make a virtual visit to the Museum whilst we remain closed owing to the Covid pandemic. This will hopefully come online in the next month.

You can now follow the RAPTC Museum on Instagram. Showcasing exclusive shots of the Museum and collection  

The Museum is still currently closed but we are hoping to reopen in the near future. In the meantime you can catch up with the latest news via Twitter and Facebook 

The Museum is currently closed on account of the Coronavirus pandemic. We hope to be reopening as soon as possible. Watch this space for further details 

The new Museum display on the recent history of the Corps is now complete and ready for viewing!

The new Museum temporary exhibition is now open.  This marks the 75th anniversary of the landings at Arnhem during WW2, in which 27 APTC instructors took part. The exhibition traces the stories of each of these men. On until December 2019.

The Museum is now reopen following the completion of the repair work

The Museum will further be closed until the middle of September whilst essential repair work takes place.. Watch this space for details on reopening

The RAPTC Museum will be closed for the holidays from today until Monday 2nd September. Hope to see you in the Autumn.

For the last 6 months modellers from the British Model Soldier Society (Aldershot) have been working on a WW2 themed assault course diorama for the Museum. Its now complete and we think the results are fabulous. Why not come down and have a look for yourselves over the holidays. 

The RAPTC sports exhibition will be on display at the final locations

02 August – 16 August – RAPTC Museum, Aldershot, Hampshire

16 August – 30 August – Surrey History Centre, Woking, Surrey

30 August – 13 September – Aldershot Garrison Sports Centre, Aldershot, Hampshire

13 September - 27 September – Royal Logistic Corps Museum, Deepcut, Surrey

27 September - 14 October – Royal Military Police Museum, Southwick Park, Hampshire

14 October – 15 November – Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers Museum, Lyneham, Wiltshire

So the new sports exhibition "As a Training Ground for War" is complete and will be opening to the general public on Friday 02nd August and will be running until 16th August at which time it will go on tour to other museums.

We are currently getting ready for our new exhibition on sport and the Armed Forces, this will be at the Museum for two weeks from the start of August

The Museum will be closed until Tuesday the 22nd. Have a good Easter everybody

The new kids  lions trail is here! Find the five lions around the Museum and learn about the Corps in WW1.

The Pass-Out parade is on today at the ASPT, Museum will be open all day 

The Museum is now closed until 7th January Until then we wish you all a very Merry Christmas and a happy New Year

The WW1 100 days exhibition is now on show at the Museum. This outlines the role played by the AGS and other Army Corps' in the closign days of WW1. It is on show until the 9th November 2018

The new medal display case has now arrived and is in the Museum, full of RAPTC campaign medals as well as Olympic, sporting and Royal Tournament medals

The Museum is participating in a joint exhibition with four other military museums looking at the 100 days offensive that ended WW1. This will be in the RAPTC Museum between 22 October - 9th November.

The Museum has just received an AMOT grant for a new medal display case to display our full collection of Corps and many sporting medals. This is likely to appear in the Museum in early September.

The Museum will begin filming soon for its trans-museum project about the 100 Days Offensive that ended WW1. More to follow.

The Museum is delighted to announce that it is participating in the Aldershot EDGE project, which will see groups of young people visiting for tours and workshops.  

The Museum Curator will be giving a talk on the birth of Army P.T at the Aldershot Military Museum on Wednesday 18th April 7.30pm.

The RAPTC Museum will be closed tomorrow, 21 February. We will be open as normal from the following day

The Museum will be closed tomorrow, February 13th. We are back open again on Wednesday as normal.

The RAPTC Museum featured recently on BFBS Aldershot. Follow the Twitter link at the bottom of the page to hear the Curator talking about some of the new acquisitions and an update about whats been going on at the Museum. 

Our new children's puzzle corner is now installed and ready to use. We also have dressing up areas, quizzes and trails for the younger (or older!) museum visitor. 

The Museum is now open again after the New Year break. We are open normal hours of Monday-Friday 10am-4pm. 

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