Wight Military & Heritage Museum – Lockdown


In accordance with the Government directives for coming out of lockdown, plans are being put in place for the Museum and Churchills tea rooms to reopen on 17th May 2021. We look forward to receiving visitors old and new during the rest of 2021. We have some exciting new exhibits for you to enjoy.

Following the last year in which we have been closed for longer than we have been open, The Trustees of the Charity would like to place on record our thanks to the Government for the financial support we have received which has ensured our continued existence and enabled us to continue our Charitable aims. It is necessary however to make some small increase in our charges from 17th May 2021 when we reopen. The new entry prices are:

Adults. £12
Children 5 to 16. £2
Family Ticket. £25
Concessions. £8

The Wight Military and Heritage Museum is an interesting mix of tanks, artefacts, other vehicles, small arms and a range of uniforms from the 19th century to the present day. LEARN MORE


  • The Historic B-N Islander Aircraft G-AVCN has arrived. MORE
  • The shooting range is no longer outdoors and we have arranged the indoor range to be Covid safe.
  • Hopefully we will be able to provide armoured car rides for the summer of 2021
  • Regrettably we no longer have the Centurion MK 5 battle tank.

The museum is a registered charity number 1159529 and any profit made will go to Armed Service and related charities or to assist the less fortunate in our Community