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BOOK YOUR
TICKETS

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we are open!

The Lancashire Infantry Museum reopened to the public on Friday 4th February.

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ADMISSION

ADULT

CHILD   (11 - 16 yrs)

£6.00

£4.00

(under 11s FREE)

CONCESSION

£4.00

(Click HERE for details)

FAMILY TICKET

£18.00

(2 adults + 2 children)

FREE ENTRY - Click HERE for details

*  All pre-booked tickets grant unlimited return  access for 12 months *

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OPENING TIMES

FRIDAY

SATURDAY

10:00am - 4:00pm

10:00am - 4:00pm

LAST ENTRY 3:00pm

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RESEARCH

We offer a family history research service.

 

For details please click the button below.

(There is a £30 fee for this service)

How To Find Us

Fulwood Barracks, the home of The Lancashire Infantry Museum, is conveniently situated close to the M6 and M55 motorways, in the northern suburbs of the City of Preston.

The Barracks lies within sight of Deepdale Stadium, the oldest football league ground in the world and the home of Preston North End FC.

NOTE FOR SATNAV USERS

Please use the postcode PR2 8AB

This will take you to the Fulwood Barracks main gate.

Please do NOT use postcode given in the Barracks or Museum postal address as it will take you away from the entrance.

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On 4th August 1914 Britain declared war on Germany to fulfil treaty obligations, preserve her own security and to preserve the balance of power in Europe.

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Shortly after the outbreak of war the 1st South Lancashires and 1st Loyals crossed to France with, respectively, the 4th and 1st Divisions of the British Expeditionary Force . . .

About The Museum

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The Lancashire Infantry Museum houses one of the largest and most important Infantry Regimental collections in the country.

The Collection


The extensive displays, archive and military history library illustrate the fascinating story of the East, South and Loyal North Lancashire Regiments and their antecedents from earliest foundation in 1689 to the achievements of the 'Lancashire Lads' of the 21st Century.

In all no less than 120 separate units are recorded, including the 59 battalions formed by the antecedent regiments during the First World War, and all associated Militia, Rifle Volunteers, Territorials, Home Guard and Cadet units.