Royal Irish Fusiliers Museum

Royal Irish Fusiliers Museum or Sovereigns House can be found at one end of The Mall about 10 metres from the Court House and a short walk distance from bus station on Lonsdale Street.
The Museum’s award winning Eagle Takers Gallery won the Best Exhibition in Ireland in 2003.
The collection contains the uniforms, medals, regalia and the two Victoria Crosses won by the Regiment.
The museum is home to exhibitions such as Trench Warfare from 1914 – 1918 (World War I). This exhibition running from February to August 2013 has some fine examples of Trench weaponry.
Coming to the Museum in late 2013 is “Women at War” an exhibition looking at the part played by women in the services and on the home front.
The Regimental archive and library may be viewed by appointment.

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