REME Museum Model Show

Surrounded by specialist armoured vehicles, wartime transport and modern fighting equipment, the REME Museum Model Show will be held on the 13th April 2014 from 11 am – 4 pm. 

The ‘Military and Transport’ themed model show is supported by the Corps of REME’s own collection of models on display throughout the museum.

The show is open to land, sea and air displays. This is a family friendly event, suitable for enthusiasts and those with a passing interest. There will be over thirty display tables on show and a number of traders taking part as well.

Admission includes entry to both the model show and the REME Museum of Technology. The museum’s café will be open offering light lunches and refreshments.

About the Museum

The REME Museum of Technology, based in Arborfield, Berkshire, tells the history of the Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers (REME) from their birth in 1942 until the present day. The role of the REME is to maintain, repair and manufacture equipment to keep the Army’s battle winning aircraft, vehicles and weapons in good working order. The museum collection on permanent display includes; an extensive weapons display, an historic repair and recovery vehicle collection as well as uniforms, medals, tools and test equipment used by REME tradesmen.

By hosting events for families and temporary exhibitions throughout the year The REME Museum engages with the community to help them understand the role that REME has both to the Army and the nation.  There is also a dedicated Education Officer who assists visiting schools. The documentary, pictorial and technical archives are accessible to the public on request.

For further information contact: 

Oliver Parr – Education Officer

Tel:  0118 976 3375
Fax:  0118 976 2017

Additional information:  
Adult £5.00
Child £4.00
Family £15 (2 adults and 3 Children)
Under 5s FREE    

Facilities include disabled access; café/shop; picnic area, car park and nappy changing facilities.