REME Museum of Technology (Arborfield) Reviews
Description:Address: Isaac Newton Road / Arborfield / Berkshire / RG2 9NJ / England / The museum of the Corps of the Royal ... more
REME Museum of Technology (Arborfield) ... Electrical and Mechanical Engineers. Displays include information on the evolution of a REME soldier's life through the years, including training, equipment and accommodation.
Newest Review: ... on the website as they vary. When you arrive at the museum you go in via the shop and cafe (more of which later) and then go through a number of interconnected buildings before coming to the huge purpose built hanger that houses lots of military vehicules and is probably the main attraction of the museum. The rest is very charming in a little bit of history way - the buildings are not the ... more
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by - written on 07/04/09, updated on 10/02/10 (Very useful, 793 readings)
The REME (Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers) museum is a charming little museum situated on the Arborfield Garrison, a hop, skip and a jump from Reading and near to Wokingham, Berkshire. The museum houses a collection of military vehicules, weapons, medals and items associated with the REME history. If all this sounds a little dull, and the picture here looks a little uninspiring, let me tell you that the REME museum is a little hidden gem that I think is fantastic value and a good half day out. The museum is reached through the garrison itself and past tanks and the like - so even getting there is a little bit of boy (and small girl) ... Read the complete review
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