goldWelcome to the Museum of The King’s Royal Hussars

Visit HorsePower, the Museum of The King’s Royal Hussars, with its stunning displays of life size models, inter-active exhibits, medals, swords, magnificent uniforms and fascinating photographs which show how the Cavalry of horse and sabre developed into the modern armoured regiment of today.

Trace the history of three famous regiments over a period of 300 years and marvel at the great heroes who won the Victoria Cross for their valour. The dramatic exploits of men who fought in the Peninsula War, the Charge of the Light Brigade, the two World Wars are revealed and much more besides.

You will find all of this in Hampshire’s only museum of Cavalry, located within the grand setting of Peninsula Square, Winchester, a site full of military heritage.

The Museum also has a very active Facebook page, to visit click here.

Museum Highlight

The Diary or Loy Smith October 2014 – The 11th Hussars in the Charge of the Light Brigade -     25th October 2014 sees the 160th anniversary of one of the most famous military blunders in […]
img371 September 2014 – The 10th Royal Hussars and mechanisation - The 10th Royal Hussars and mechanisation   In the late summer of 1936 the 10th Royal Hussars (Prince […]
book cover October 23rd 2014 – “Theirs Not To reason Why” A talk by Dr Graham Winton - “Theirs Not To Reason Why” a talk by Dr Graham Winton on Horsing the British Army 1914-1918. The […]
Onboard the "Castrian" August 2014 – August 1914 The 11th Mobilise - August 1914. The 11th Hussars mobilise.  On 29th July, 1914, the British Government, concerned at the rapidly-deteriorating international […]