Below you’ll find a few questions which we get asked on a regular basis.
1. Where can I buy tickets for The Fusilier Museum?
Tickets are only available from the information desk in person at the museum. For our detailed admission prices please see our visit section
2. How long does it take to visit The Fusilier Museum?
We recommend a good couple of hours to visit both galleries plus the Quartermaster’s Store and any temporary exhibitions we have. Don’t forget we also have a café serving delicious food and a fully stocked gift shop to also visit so allow for plenty of time.
3. Is there parking at the museum?
There isn’t any dedicated parking at the museum but we have lots on our doorstep. Our nearest Car Park is at East Lancashire Railway. There is additional parking at Bury Interchange and Q Park which are very near to the museum. There is some disabled parking directly outside the museum.
4. Is it possible to take photographs in the museum?
It is permitted to take photographs in the galleries unless stated otherwise.
5. I would like to find out more information about a family relative who was a Lancashire Fusilier?
The Fusilier Archive has access to a wide range of resources and will be more than happy to help you find out more about family relatives for a small fee. Contact Phil and the team on 0161 763 8950.
6. I would like to know a bit more about The Fusilier now and how to join?
The Royal Regiment of Fusiliers have their own website which contains lots of information about the regiments history right through to the modern day. It also gives you information about how to join the Fusilier family. Visit https://thefusiliers.org/
7. Does the museum have disabled facilities?
The museum is fully accessible with ramps and lifts to all floors as well as disabled toilets. The museum also has a hearing loop and wheelchairs are available on loan if required. Print is also available in large format. The Museum has an access statement and a copy can be downloaded here.
8. I’m a teacher and would like to enquire about bringing a school to the museum?
We run a varied programme of activities and workshops for schools – from Key Stage 1 right up to adult learning. Please visit the Learning section of this website for further information or ring 0161 763 8950 to speak to a member of the Learning team.
9. I would like to be kept up to date with news and events taking place at the museum?