Welcome to The Royal Anglian Regiment Museum website.
The Royal Anglian Regiment is the Regiment of the ten Counties of East Anglia and the East Midlands. It was the first Large Regiment of Infantry in the British Army.
The Museum is designed to inform the public about the Regiment's history and accomplishments by collecting, recording and conserving items associated with the Regiment.
The Museum covers the history of the East and Royal Anglian Regiments since the amalgamations of the former County Regiments from 1958-60.
Here you will find all the information you need about our Museum and how to access information and services related to The Royal Anglian Regiment.
Admission to the Museum is free after paying to enter the Imperial War Museum Duxford complex, which is open seven days each week.
Summer: 10 a.m. to 6 p.m, winter: midday – 4 p.m
The Museum office at Duxford will remain open for enquiries during this time.
Visit us by car
Duxford is just south of Cambridge at Junction 10 of the M11 motorway, less than 50 miles from London and approximately 30 minutes from the M25. It is easily accessible from the A1, A14, M1 and the North.
Visit us by train
The nearest stations are Whittlesford, Royston and Cambridge. There are taxi ranks at both Royston and Cambridge stations. Whittlesford station is the closest to the museum but does not have a taxi rank; please make sure to book your taxi in advance. Visit National Rail or First Capital Connect websites for further details on train timetables and prices.
Visit us by bus
On Sundays there is a direct Myalls 132 bus service from Cambridge to IWM Duxford. For further details please see the service timetable.
The Museum is located inside the Land Warfare Hall at Duxford. After passing through the entrance, take the steps on the left down to the lower section, and the entrance to the Royal Anglian Regiment Museum is directly in front of you.
Imperial War Museum Duxford
IWM Duxford is a wonderful museum site. Although best known for its 180 historic aircraft and the AirSpace and the American Air Museum collections, its acres of indoor exhibition space include one of the finest collections of tanks and military vehicles in the country. The Royal Anglian Museum is set at the heart of them in the Land Warfare Hall.