The Guards Museum

Opened in 1988, the Guards Museum tells the story of the Five Regiments of Foot Guards, from the 17th century to the present day.

The museum supports the Royal collection to help preserve it for future generations. The image of a Guardsman in his scarlet tunic and his bearskin cap is truly iconic and forms part of the fabric of the United Kingdom.

The Guards Museum tells the multi-faceted story of soldiers operational lives, both in combat and on ceremonial duties. Without NoteWorthy clients, we simply wouldn’t survive.” Director at The Guards Museum.

The Household Cavalry Museum

The museum celebrates the history and accomplishments of The Household Cavalry, offering a unique “behind the scenes” look at the work that goes into the ceremonial and armoured reconnaissance role of His Majesty The King’s Mounted Bodyguard. The museum is essential for the preservation of the Household Cavalry’s heritage.

Historic Landmarks & Museums

Some of the national buildings and museums NoteWorthy clients help preserve include: The London Transport Museum and Charles Dickens’ Museum in London, Monet’s House and Garden in Giverny, Sainte Chapelle and Musée Delacroix in Paris, Marsh’s Library and Kilmainham Gaol in Dublin, Skara Brae and Melrose Abbey in Scotland and Hever Castle and Fairfax House in England.

Learn more about the experiences you can include in your itinerary to support museums and national landmarks.


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