The Fusilier Museum is home to the collection of the XX Lancashire Fusiliers and the Royal Regiment of Fusiliers, commemorating over 300 years of history and heritage.
Special exhibitions and events will be held throughout the year to highlight the extensive collection and its significance to those associated with the Regiments past, present and future. The Regimental HQ and Army Recruiting Centre maintains the links with current and future soldiers and ensures that this remains a focal point for the Regiment.
The towns Tourist Information Centre has relocated into the museum entrance, together with a new shop and café to support the work of the museum. Set in the heart of Burys Cultural Quarter, the museum is an important new facility for the community of Bury and the region (visa canada).
The Fusilier Museum has moved to a grade 2 listed building in Bury’s cultural quarter.
The former technical school known as the Arts and Crafts Centre is a magnificent example of late Victorian architecture. It provides space at ground floor level for both the Lancashire Regimental Headquarters and for the museum and its associated facilities which will include a café, shop, education and meeting spaces.
The new museum entrance is opposite the Bury Museum and Art Gallery and offers views from the street into the attractive museum shop and café. The Lutyen’s War Memorial has now been relocated into Gallipoli Garden (formerly known as Sparrow Park). (zaproszenie ślubne)
The Museum displays and interprets the magnificent collection of the Lancashire Fusiliers and is the home and focal point of the growing collection of the Royal Regiment of Fusiliers.
The story of the amalgamated Regiments since 1968 feature in the displays which will be modern, interactive and widely accessible.
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There is a lively programme of changing exhibitions, activities and events, and facilities for both unsupervised computer research and for public access to the archive and library. Facilities are available for letting the large education room and the panelled boardroom for meetings, training seminars and dinners.
Visit our Café and enjoy the relaxing atmosphere to meet with friends or take a break whilst sampling the fresh and local menu.
Come and relax over a lattè in our contemporary Cafè Bar.
Delicious home-cooked food served daily. Breakfasts are available weekdays from 10am.
Speciality coffee, teas and a delicious variety of cakes are all served.
The Fusilier Museum has now got a Premises Licence, and we sell alcoholic drinks in Hero’s Cafe Bar.
Sunday Lunch Carvery.