Small but excellent museum tracing the history of REME with many exhibits and military vehicles which sre very well presented.
A wonderful place to visit. Very interesting and great for the kids to wonder about looking at how the REME do business. Shop and Sandwiches on sale are first-class. Reccomended.
Great local museum, be sure to go before the Arborfield redevelopment happens. Lots of old military paraphernalia to be seen.
A Museum for the Boys, young and old with a collection of vehicles, a replica Guardroom in case anyone's thinking of misbehaving etc etc with a tea room where you can gather your breath after it's all over. Good value whatever the weather!
It's nice to see a museum that chronicles the work done behind the scenes (although as this museum shows, in fact often at the front line) by army engineers to keep the soldiers' equipment working and enable them to fight. They may not be the glamour boys and girls of the army, but after a couple of hours here you... More
Was originally planning to go to Legoland Windsor today, but due to heavy rain we decided to visit the REME museum (after passing a couple of months ago and our 6yr old being overly excited by the tanks and missiles outside). Amazing value for money, lots to do for all ages, friendly staff that have time for any question you... More
My partner and I visited the REME Museum while at a loose end in Reading and following a quick consultation of TripAdvisor. We found the entire museum quite enjoyable and certainly very educational. A must-see for anyone interested in the engineering side of the armed forces.
This is the second or third time I've taken my two grandsons, aged 7 and 5 to this museum. Each time there is a treasure trail for little ones to complete and lots of hands-on experiences. The staff are all very friendly to small children, there's a small shop and cafe to deal with the requests for a drink afterwards.... More
Myself and my girlfriend visited here during a stay in Reading and we really enjoyed ourselves. It was full of classic World War memorabilia, including a room dedicated to Weapons, including many that appeared in video games such as Call of Duty. It also had a large warehouse-like building that had over 20 vehicles such as tanks, motorbikes, trucks and... More
There was lots to do and read. The activities where brilliant , such as a bomb shelter recreation, a quiz , rationing game and a solders chest. There is a building full of trucks and helicopters. Mia Age 10
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