The museum tells the story of the soldiers of the Staffordshire Regiment and its predecessors.
Exhibits include vehicles, weaponry and memorabilia relating to 300 years of regimental history. Attractions include a full-scale World War I trench system, Anderson shelters and special exhibitions.
Archives available for research by appointment.
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Staffordshire Regiment Museum
Defence Medical Services
Free customer parking
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