The Prince Alfred's Guard Museum
About The Prince Alfred's Guard Museum
The Prince Alfred's Guard Museum is situated in Port Elizabeth and is a city regiment which was founded in 1856. The museum is housed in an old Victorian Drill Hall that has been restored and declared a national monument. There are military exhibits that can be seen in the Drill Hall.
The regiment was used in 1860 for protecting Prince Alfred, Queen Elizabeth's second son, while on a visit to Port Elizabeth. It has been used as the regiment's headquarters ever since and is a satellite of the Port Elizabeth Museum Complex.
Visits to the museum can be made by appointment.
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