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The Gurkha Museum

The Gurkha Museum is dedicated to commemorating and upholding the heritage and culture of the Gurkha Soldier, highlighting their enduring commitment to Britain. With a legacy of over 200 years of loyal service, the museum plays a crucial role in preserving Gurkha Heritage by celebrating, honoring, and promoting the history and culture of these soldiers.

Situated in Peninsula Barracks in Winchester, the museum offers a captivating journey through Gurkha history, tracing their roots in Nepal to the pivotal moment in 1815 when they were first enlisted to serve Britain. The exhibits, both on display and housed in archives, not only recount the battles and campaigns but also delve into the rich culture and religion of the Gurkhas’ homeland, providing a comprehensive understanding of this exceptional fighting force.

Peninsula Barracks, Romsey Rd, Winchester SO23 8TH

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