Welcome to the Museum of The Royal Dragoon Guards, which is situated
in the historic City of York, England, in a building it shares with the
Museum of The Prince of Wales's Own Regiment of Yorkshire.
The Royal Dragoon Guards can trace its ancestry back to 1685, and was formed by the amalgamation of four of the senior cavalry regiments in the British Army. It recruits mainly in Yorkshire and Northern Ireland, and its Battle Honours emblazoned on its Standards embody the history of the British Army over 300 years.
The Museum is well laid out in spacious surroundings and tells the story of the present day and former regiments from the late 17th century. Displays include uniforms, prints, paintings, weapons and Standards, all housed in well lit, clearly labelled show cases.
There is a small gift shop which sells books, ties and a good selection of regimental regalia and memorabilia.
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