The museum is located in the centre of Winchester. At the museum you can learn about Nepal, the land of the Gurkhas, absorb Nepalese cultural diversity, beliefs, dress and customs.
The museum has something to interest people of all ages and is suitable for a family outing.
Engaging and interactive, the museum hosts a wealth of exciting exhibits.
Monday – Saturday 10.00am - 5.00pm (last entrance 4.30pm).
How to find us
Peninsula Barracks, Romsey Road, Winchester, SO23 8TS
Group Rate (10 or more): £2.50 each
Service Personnel: £2.00
Friends of The Gurkha Museum: Free
Children (16 or under accompanied) – Free
Serving Brigade Members - Free
Group concessions available on request.
Open: All Year Except, Sundays and 25th December to 1st January inclusive.
Disabled parking, wheelchair access, lift to all floors, stairlift and toilet facilities available. Induction loop available.
A Cafe is located in The Guardroom Museum, approximately 50 yards from The Gurkha Museum.
Support the Gurkha Museum and enjoy FREE admission
The Friends of the Gurkha Museum aim to give support to the Museum in every possible way by offering voluntary assistance, by promoting events and by making financial grants for specific projects and acquisitions.
As a Friend you can enjoy as privileges:
Free, unlimited, entry to exhibitions at Gurkha Museum.
Free admission to the Museum and anyone accompanying the Friend may be admitted at half the adult price.
Reduced payments when attending Lecture Lunches, of which there are usually 3 a year
Annual subscription to the Friends magazine
A discretionary 10% discount in the Museum’s shop
Discounts and special offers on Museum Events.
Membership starts from as little as £15.00 and directly supports the work of the Museum.