Kumaon Regimental Centre Museum Ranikhet
The Kumaon Regimental Centre Museum Ranikhet is a well-kept museum that displays the glory, outstanding achievements, and triumphs of the Kumaon Regiment. The museum was built in the 1970s to preserve and exhibit the Kumaon Region’s legacy and customs.
The interiors of the Kumaon Regimental Centre Museum Ranikhet exhibits lead to an endless number of photographs depicting various wars involving the Kumaon Regiment.
This military enthusiasts’ center displays weapons used by the armed forces and enemies, medals and uniforms of brave soldiers, rebel flags captured during battles, stone tablets depicting information about various wars, and stories about the First and Second Param Vir Chakra, which belongs to the Kumaon Regiment.
Kumaon Regimental Centre Museum Ranikhet’s impressive collection includes silver scepters of Rani Jhansi, documents and photographs related to the Kargil War, and wireless field telephones operated by Japanese and Chinese rifles captured during the 1962 war.
Timings and Entry Ticket in Kumaon Centre museum Ranikhet
09:00 AM to 06:00 PM, Open all days, and photography is prohibited in the museum