The Museum is located just outside the REME training establishment at MoD Lyneham. Not only does the Museum have a large car park, but we are also easily accessible by public transport. All parts of the Museum are on ground level and there are no steps to climb. There is also a cafe and toilets and baby changing facilities.
We suggest 2 hours to explore the galleries, but remember to leave time to visit the Crowns Cafe for something to eat and drink.
Access to the Archives is by appointment only and requires 48 hours notice. Please call 01249 894 869 or visit our research page for more information.
If you would like to donate an item to the Museum, please contact us by calling 01249 894 869 or visit our collections page. Please do not bring any donations without invitation.
REME Museum, Prince Philip Barracks, MoD Lyneham, Lyneham, Chippenham, SN15 4XX
(Sat Nav: SN15 4PZ)
REME Museum Opening times:
Tuesday – Saturday, 10 am – 4.30 pm (last entry at 3.30 pm)
The Museum is open bank holiday Monday, 26th August 2019.
Crowns Cafe Opening times:
Monday – Saturday, 9.30 am – 4:00 pm
Child: £5 (ages 5 – 16)
Under 5s: free
Family Ticket (2 adults and up to 3 children): £21
Gold Card Members & Immediate Family: free
Serving Military (With Vaild ID): £4
Forces Veterans (With Forces Discount Card or Veteran Pin): £4
Concession (students with id, over 60s, disabled): £5
Please contact the Museum for information about school or group bookings as discounts and tours are available.
The REME Museum is fully accessible with disabled parking bays, accessible toilets and step free access throughout. We have a wheelchair available for visitors to use. For a full Accessibility Guide, follow this link.
We are located beside MoD Lyneham’s main entrance off of the A3102, the Calne to Swindon Road. If you are travelling from the M4 use Junction 16, head towards Royal Wootton Bassett then follow MoD Lyneham or the older RAF Lyneham signs towards the main entrance to MoD Lyneham.
Our car park can be accessed off the entrance road to MoD Lyneham prior to the security barrier. There is no need to bring ID to visit the Museum, Crowns Cafe or Shop.
Arriving by public transport:
The nearest train stations is Chippenham (10 miles away) or Swindon (12 miles away). There is a bus service to and from these stations and taxis available at the station. There are regular trains to and from London, Bristol, the West Country and South Wales from both stations.
The bus route is the 55 bus and takes approximately 40 minutes to and from Chippenham and Swindon stations. The Bus runs every 20 minutes during the Museum opening hours. The bus stop, MoD Lyneham Main Gate, is located across the road from the Museum and MoD Lyneham Main Gate. It is less than 350 meters from the bus stop to the Museum’s entrance. Please check the bus operators website for more information.
If you have any queries please call 01249 894 869 or email email@example.com