THE MUSEUM AT LONDON SCOTTISH HOUSE HOUSES A SUBSTANTIAL COLLECTION OF ARTEFACTS DATING BACK TO 1859.
The Museum represents the Regiment’s contribution to the social and military history of both Scotland and London. It is one of only a few private collections to exist and an increasingly rare example of a single regimental museum.
As well as telling the stories of the London Scottish Regiment volunteers, the museum gives a fascinating insight into the Scottish diaspora in London through the 19th and 20th centuries. The vast and varied collection includes ‘The President’s Putter’ used in the first US Open and a pistol trophy donated by Rudyard Kipling. The museum welcomes visitors including school groups and offers guided, personalised tours on specific themes.