The John Reed Gallery was named after Brigadier John Reed who established the Aldershot Military Museum in 1984.
The gallery is sited within one of the only two surviving barrack bungalows built in North Camp in the 1890s. Within it you can see recreated barrack displays of the 1890s and 1950s, or even a married quarter living room of the 1960s.
Along side hundreds of objects ranging from a hoof pick to a search light, there are also many things to do. For younger (or older!) visitors there are puzzle cubes, a training tunnel, 'feely boxes' - you can even take a 'ride' in a tank. If you dare you can also be shouted at by a drill sergeant!