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Museum of the Adjutant General's Corps
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Established November 2003
Location Peninsula Barracks, Romsey Road, Winchester, Hampshire
Type Military Museum

The Museum of the Adjutant General's Corps, also known as the Guardroom Museum is a visitor attraction at Peninsula Barracks in Winchester.

History

The museum brings together the collection of the Royal Army Pay Corps, which had been at Worthy Down Camp, the collection of the Royal Army Educational Corps, which had been at Eltham Palace, elements of the collection of the Women's Royal Army Corps, which had been at Queen Elizabeth Barracks in Guildford and elements of the collection of the Royal Military Police, which remains at Southwick Park. It is based in the guardroom at Peninsula Barracks and was opened by the Queen in November 2003.

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