LATEST NEWS

HorsePower Archives launch on The Ogilby Muster

1 December 2021

 This year saw the launch of The Ogilby Muster (TOM); a ground-breaking online platform which gives users access to First World War archives held in Regimental Museums across the UK.

We are delighted to say that HorsePower Museum archives have now launched on TOM and we have around 12,000 images of documents and photographs from all four of our regiments active in the period 1900-1929.

You can browse TOM from the comfort of your own home; a perfect way to spend time in the wintry days ahead! 

Running Dangerously – The Pole2Pole Challenge

20 July 2021

This August, join former King’s Royal Hussar Jordan Wylie on a virtual journey from North to South Pole and raise money for HorsePower Museum! 

Sign Up Now and prepare for the start date on August 1 to get running or walking to help raise urgently needed funds for HorsePower: The Museum of the King’s Royal Hussars. To find our more and sign up click the link below

Recent Acquisition – Medals of R E Bowen

15 June 2021

Recently donated to HorsePower Museum were the Medals and other objects related to Squadron Sergeant Major Ronald Ernest Bowen, 10th Royal Hussars. The Museum is always grateful for donations and the items relating to Bowen are a wonderful addition to the collection. 

Find out more about a soldier who  served throughout the Second World War before being recalled for the Korean War by clicking the button below!


HorsePower now open!

We are very pleased to announce that the Museum is now open.

We have adjusted our opening hours which will now be:
Tuesday: Friday 10:00am – 4:00pm (Last entry 3:30pm)
Saturday: 10:30am – 2:30pm (Last entry 2pm)
Sunday: Closed

As before, we have taken precautions to keep our visitors and staff safe against the risk of COVID-19.

Further details will be published on the website before opening and we will keep reviewing changes as further guidance is published.

We are very keen to reassure you that the museum is safe for you to visit and have produced a short video highlighting the changes we have made to the Museum experience.

Keep an eye on our website and social media as updates will be published closer to the time.

We look forward to welcoming you all back to the Museum soon!