Other Museums & Centres
The Gurkha Visitor Centre, CT20 3HJ
Situated at Sir John Moore Barracks, Shorncliffe, Folkestone (10 minutes from the Channel Tunnel) the Visitor Centre contains exciting displays of uniforms, weapons, medals and much more to help tell the story of the Gurkhas and Nepalese culture. Gifts can be bought from the shop.
The Harlington Centre, GU51 4BY
Located next to the Public Library in Fleet, Hampshire is a display of Gurkha photographs, memorabilia and items of interest. The Gurkha association with Fleet began in 1971 when a Gurkha Battalion was stationed in nearby Church Crookham. The Gurkhas were awarded the Freedom of Fleet in 1983
The Gurkha Memorial Garden, SO51 0QA
Situated at The Sir Harold Hillier Garden and Arboretum at Ampfield near Romsey, a few miles from the Gurkha Museum. The garden commemorates Gurkhas who have given their lives in service of the Crown.
The centrepiece is a traditional Chautara or resting place, its surrounds display the badges of Gurkha Regiments. Around are over 100 Nepalese shrubs.
Please donate generously to the Gurkha Museum.