We plan to open a new Royal Marines Museum at the heart of naval heritage in Portsmouth Historic Dockyard in 2022.
The project is called SeaMore and will provide a completely modern, state of the art museum, with the latest technology and lots of hands-on activities.
It will tell the Corps’ story to the 950,000 visitors a year to the Historic Dockyard - a unique tale of daring, duty and sacrifice that is an important part of the history of our nation.
Major General Robert Magowan CBE, Commandant General RM with Marine Finlow, King's Badgeman of 224 Troop make the first donations at the Commando Training Centre Royal Marines.
SeaMore is a cracking project which really can make history for the Corps bringing our story to a much wider public in a more exciting and relevant way than ever before. So I hope all Royals will get stuck in and make a
WO1 (RSM) Phil Gilby MBE, RM, Corps RSM, January 2017
‘In preparing for the future, we must remember that the history, culture and ethos of the Royal Marines makes us who we are and defines what we do.’
Maj Gen Robert Magowan CBE, Commandant General RM, July 2016