Royal Signals Museum
The museum is currently closed. Visit the website for the most up to date information or to visit the on-line shop.
Discover all the answers at Dorset’s best kept secret – The Royal Signals Museum, Blandford.
Featuring many interactive displays the museum illustrates the history, science and technology of communications from Morse code to the mobile phone.
Guide a laser beam, “direction find” the enemy, set up satellite networks, break codes, pratice Morse and more! From semaphore to high tech cyber space, follow the rapidly evolving story of the British Army’s dynamic, electronic cutting edge…the Royal Signals.
All adults must bring a valid personal ID to be permitted entry.
Group rates available 10+.
Please be aware the Royal Signals Museum is within the confines of Blandford Camp.
|Ticket Type||Ticket Tariff|
|Adult||£8.00 per ticket|
|Children (5-16 years old)||£6.00 per ticket|
|Concessions, Senior Citizens||£7.00 per ticket|
|Family Ticket (2+2)||£24.00 per ticket|
All adults must bring a valid personal ID to be permitted entry
* **COVID-19 UPDATE - The Museum is currently closed. Please visit the website and social channels for the most up to date information.**
TripAdvisor Traveller Rating:
- Travelers Choice 2020
- Very Good53
- alibabes64Preston, United KingdomTrip Type:CouplesInteresting place to visitFriday, 1st November 2019Fabulous place to visit, interesting and informative. Totally was not what I was expecting . Bigger than it looks from the outside Read full review
- Dot HChichester, United KingdomVery informativeThursday, 12th December 2019I've just spent a couple of hours at the Museum, very interesting especially relevant as my father was in the Signals during WW2. The displays are excellent with so much information. Lots of... Read full review
- Rodger DBiddulph, United KingdomWorth a visitTuesday, 14th January 2020An excellent museum giving a fascinating insight into the development of communications with a military role. In addition to the historical artefacts, there is a lot of ‘hands on’ exhibits that might... Read full review