Winchester’s Military Museums have a range of exciting activities going on this Easter holidays! From trails to colouring in, arts and crafts such as easter bunny making, Rifleman Eggbert and eggbox tanks. The site is home to The Royal Hampshire Regiment Museum, The Gurkha Museum, The Royal Green Jackets (Rifles) Museum, HorsePower The Museum of the King’s Royal Hussars, The Rifles Museum and The Adjutant General’s Corps Museum. FREE entry for children to all the museums!
The Royal Green Jackets (Rifles) Museum
A FREE animal themed trail and colouring in during the Easter holidays from Monday 3rd April-Friday 14th April. Children are FREE to enter the museum.
The Rifles Museum
Eggbox Tank Building and Rifleman Eggbert Making – Easter Holiday (5-6th & 12-13th April)
Over Easter, come into The Rifles Museum on the 5-6th April to make your own Eggbox Tank or other armoured vehicle – either based on a real vehicle used by the British Army or your own design! Also, discover the story of how The Rifles and the current Regiment’s antecedents have fought against and alongside tanks.
On the 12-13th April, create your own 'Rifleman Eggbert', who never cracks under pressure! Colour him in and attach his arms and legs. While in the Museum, learn how camouflage developed in the British Army and in the antecedents of The Rifles.
Recommended donation: £2
10:00 AM - 3:30 PM
Recommended age 4+ (all ages welcome!)
The AGC Museum
Pop in and create a paper rabbit decoration during the Easter holidays!
The Royal Hampshire Regiment Museum
The Royal Hampshire Regiment Museum during the Easter holidays will have a Easter chick and egg trail around the museum as well as making and take your own tiger art and craft activity.