The museum of the Herefordshire Light Infantry tells the compelling tale of the regiment's history from its inception as the Herefordshire Rifle Volunteers in 1860, through its involvement in such historic campaigns as Gallipoli, Egypt, and Palestine.
The museum also tells the story of the regiment's involvement in the capture of Admiral Doenitz during World War II. The museum is free, but is usually open only by prior arrangement with the custodian.