The Royal Scots Dragoon Guards Museum is located at Scotland’s world-famous Edinburgh Castle. Our permanent exhibition tells the historic story of the regiment from its origins in the late 17th century to the present day. Visitors will learn about the part played by the Royal Scots Dragoon Guards and their antecedents in many of the decisive events in British history. The Museum is also responsible for the Regimental Archive.
The Royal Scots Dragoon Guards Museum is situated within the historic New Barracks at Edinburgh Castle. Our regimental story has many connections to the Castle’s own so a visit to the Museum makes for a perfect day out in Scotland’s capital city.Learn more
The Royal Scots Dragoon Guards Museum collection consists of over one thousand objects from our regimental history.Learn more
The Royal Scots Dragoon Guards Archive contains documents, photographs, official publications and ephemera relating to the Royal Scots Dragoon Guards and its antecedent regiments. You can make an enquiry using the form below or visit us in person at Edinburgh Castle by making an appointment.Learn more
The Royal Scots Dragoon Guards Museum runs a joint learning programme with the Museum of the Royal Regiment of Scotland and the Royal Scots Museum at Edinburgh Castle.Learn more