Firing Line Museum is an accredited museum that celebrates the Welsh soldier over a period of 300 years; a time which saw ordinary Welshmen travel the world, carrying out military service at battles such as Waterloo (1815) and Rorke’s Drift (1879), and more recently in Iraq and Afghanistan.
Using hands-on and dressing up activities, informative permanent and temporary displays and educational events, the museum stands as a testament to the extraordinary contributions made by ordinary Welshmen to their Regiments (1st The Queen’s Dragoon Guards and The Royal Welsh), to history and to Wales.
Rachel Adams. Managing Curator – 029 2078 8370
Captain Mark Evans. Assistant Curator (Firing Line Museum). Curator (1st The Queen’s Dragoon’s Guards) – 029 2078 8369
Emma Osborne. Museum Education Officer – 029 2078 8584
Firing Line Museum – 029 2087 3623