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Museum of Army Music

The Royal Military School of Music, Kneller Hall located at Whitton close to Twickenham has a wonderful museum housing instruments, and other interesting articles with connections to military music, the Museum of Army Music.

This small but fascinating collection and memorabilia associated with military music from the last 200 years, including a bugle that sounded at the Charge of The Light Brigade.

The museum includes:

  • Interactive displays
  • Instruments
  • Manuscripts
  • Uniforms
  • Medal displays
  • Photographs
  • Paintings

For historical or archival enquiries please contact us.

The museum is open 2-4.00pm on Wednesday afternoons or by prior arrangement and it is £5 per person. 

The museum is closed on Wednesday 30 August 2017 

People with disabilities are welcome and the museum is accessible by wheelchair.  

There are no refreshments available on site but there are amenities nearby.


Address and contact details

Museum of Army Music
Royal Military School of Music
Kneller Hall
Kneller Road

Telephone: 020 8744  8635 or 8628

Email: CAMUSHQ-Museum-Curator@mod.uk

The Music Makers

The Corps of Army Music has published a photographic book The Music Makers, a photographic record of the Bands of the British Army over the last 20 years since the formation of the Corps of Army Music. Contact the Corps Secretary to purchase on 0208 744 8635 or camushq-corps-sec@mod.uk

Or download the order form on the right on this page.

Total costs including postage are UK £15, Europe £20, Worldwide £25.

CAMUS photographic 20th Anniversary book