*Closed from 4pm, Friday 20 March until further notice.*
The REME Museum displays the proud history of the Corps of the Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers. Wherever in the world the Army serves, there you will find REME. The Museum’s unique collection includes an extensive weapons display, historic repair and recovery vehicles, uniforms, medals, tools and test equipment. The collection is enhanced by interactive and immersive displays and enables the visitor to experience how REME uses its resourcefulness and ingenuity to keep the Army’s battle-winning equipment in the hands of the user.
Based in Lyneham, Wiltshire, the Museum will be running a programme of temporary exhibits to sit alongside our main collection. There will be a range of events for all ages to get involved with and an onsite café which is open to anyone to come and visit.
At the Museum we aim to provide an information source for members of the Corps, the public, researchers and educationalists. The documentary, pictorial and technical archives we have in Lyneham are accessible to all groups on request. We welcome schools and educational establishments to the Museum and have an educational programme which adapts to fit the current curriculum.
There is plenty of onsite car & coach parking and we have disabled parking next to our main entrance. The museum is not within the camp’s security perimeter; no ID is required to enter the museum.
|Ticket Type||Ticket Tariff|
|Child (age 5-16)||£5.00|
|Child under 5||Free|
|Family (2 adults and up to 3 children)||£21.00|
|Student with ID, OAPs||£5.00|
Gold card members free.
|2020 - closed until further notice (1 Jan 2020 - 31 Dec 2020)|
* Closed until further noticeDates and times marked with a '*' are provisional and may be subject to change
- Parking Areas for Disabled Visitors
- Ramp/Level Access
- Toilets for Disabled Visitors
- On-Site café/restaurant
Children & Infants
- Accept Children Over 3
- Free car parking
- On-site coach parking
- On-site parking or valet parking
- On-site Restaurant/Cafe
- Open All Year
- Tea / Coffee Shop
- No Smoking Attraction
Parking & Transport
- On site parking
- Special group rates
- Family Fun
- Marketed towards families
Tours and Demonstrations
- Educational Visits Accepted
- Guided Tours Available for Groups
- Groups Accepted
Map & Directions
From M4 Junction 15
Turn off at junction 15 of the M4. Head south west on the A3102, following signs to Royal Wootton Bassett and Lyneham. Drive through Royal Wootton Bassett, remaining on the A3102, continuing to Lyneham. On entering Lyneham, remain on the A3102. The right-hand turn for MoD Lyneham in signposted just after the small Tesco. Turn left as you approach the security barrier. Follow signs to REME Museum. You will see the museum to your left. Please use the car park in front of the museum.
From A4 near Calne.
Turn onto the A3102, just west of Calne, heading north. It is signposted to Lyneham. Continue driving north on the A3102, through the hamlets of Hilmarton and Goatacre, following signs for Lyneham. The main entrance to MoD Lyneham is on your left as you enter Lyneham Village. Turn left as you approach the security barrier. Follow signs to REME Museum. You will see the museum to your left. Please use the car park in front of the museum.
The museum is not within the camps security perimeter, no ID is required to enter the museum.
Public Transport Directions
The Stagecoach 55 bus runs from Swindon bus station and Chippenham train station every 20 minutes Monday to Saturday. The nearest bus stop is MOD Main Gate in Lyneham village. From here head into MoD Lyneham. Follow signs for ‘REME Museum’, turning left before the security barrier. You will see The REME Museum on your left. The museum is 300 meters from the bus stop.
The museum is not within the camp’s security perimeter, no ID is required to enter the museum.
For more bus information, including up to date timetables, visit Stagecoach website www.stagecoachbus.com/timetables.
TripAdvisor Traveller Rating:
- Certificate of Excellence 2019
- Very Good19
- Hugh JHalifax, United KingdomQuick lunchThursday, 9th January 2020Popped in for lunch and browsed the shop. It's all housed in a fine, spacious and spotless building, it's a credit to the staff and curators. Lunch was lovely served by a nice lady. Browsed the shop... Read full review
- Dave STrip Type:CouplesLunchSunday, 26th January 2020While participating in a power lifting event, we breaked for lunch and my wife found out about this museum and its cafe, I ordered the burger and chips with a side salad, they cooked me a fresh hand... Read full review
- rorythetiger1Trip Type:FamilyGreat funSunday, 8th March 2020Stumbled upon the place, driven passed it many times never noticed it was a museum till the new signage was put up. 11 year old nephew loved it.. 30 year old son loved it 56 year old grandmother... Read full review