Our Archives and Object collections are open to the public to access and research. In order to do this, you will need to book an appointment during opening hours, details of which can be found on the Visit page.
For information on costs and procedures please see below.
Research enquiries can still be sent to email@example.com. The Research and Archives Team are able to remotely access our catalogue and some digitised material, but our response will be limited if access to any original archival material is required.
The Museum offers an ‘Interpretation Service’ of military records of service. By using the record of service obtained from the Ministry of Defence (MoD) Army Personnel Center, together with added material from the Archives and general references on Army history, we are able to produce a ‘potted’ history of the person’s time in the Army.
The Archives do not hold information on individuals, these are held centrally by the MoD.
If you would like to have an interpretation done, the first step is to apply to the Army Personnel Centre in Glasgow for the individual’s record of service:
Once you have received the records, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange to have an interpretation done. A fee is charged for this service.