image Wherever the British Army are, whatever the Unit is, there you will find REME

REME Museum preserves the heritage of the Corps of the Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers. Formed in 1942, REME exists “to keep the punch in the Army’s fist” – Montgomery of El-Alamein

The Museum is currently closed for relocation to Lyneham, Wiltshire. We are due to reopen in Autumn 2016. To keep up to date with the project via our blog, click here

For more information about the project please see Project Lyneham

Moving a Scout helicopter

One of our larger items, watch REME Recovery Mechanics, members of JARTS and Babcock Technicians bring down, move and load our Scout helicopter for transfer to Lyneham

The Collection Arrives

The Collection starts moving into its new home in Lyneham, Wiltshire. The Museum is due to open to the public in October 2016.

REME in Afghanistan

The Museum represents the Corps of the Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers. Watch some of the work which the Recovery Mechanics do on Operations.

image Accreditations and Associations

accreditation logo

Vaqas logo

Magazine Link

Shop Link