The story and artifacts at The Royal Scots Dragoon Guards Museum are brilliant. The history being shown to everyone who walks through is being preserved.
The whole museum is about the cavalry. It's a bit small am the do not have lots of interesting objects. Lot's of medals for those who'll enjoy.
There's a Napoleonic Eagle captured by Ensign Ewart at Waterloo. If there was nothing else it would be worth going to see but there is a great story of the Regiment and it's role in British History to see too. Well worth a visit.
Different in feel from its Royal Scots counterpart across the courtyard, as indeed you'd expect from a cavalry v infantry regiment, it's an interesting venue with Ensign Ewart's captured Eagle and Standard of a Napoleonic regiment at its centrepiece. Inspiring stuff.
This museum shows a history of one of Scotlands oldest cavalry Regiments The Greys were amalgamated with The dragoon guards and are now known as The Royal Scots Dragoon guards. The Royal Scots Greys fought at Waterloo and in the museum Napoleons personal standard was captured by Ensign Ewart and can be seen in the museum. the regiment is now... More
One of two regimental museums located in Edinburgh Castle, The Royal Scots Dragoon Guards Museum is a great attraction. Their motto is “Second to None” and the museum lives up to that (although it is perhaps ‘equal’ to The Royal Scots Museum, also in Edinburgh Castle). The museum has displays and exhibits covering the Regiments entire history, including their times... More
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