Boyce Building (Aldershot Military Museum) - Venue Hire


The Boyce Building is a 1930's wooden barrack block and was once the home of the Regimental Administration Offices for the camp. Carefully reconstructed at the museum thanks to a Heritage Lottery Fund grant, the Boyce Gallery explores the users of the barracks, which were once home to the Royal Army Service Corps, Royal Army Medical Corps, Royal Corps of Transport and many battalions from the Brigade of Gurkhas, before closing in 2000. The venue is typically hired for meetings, talks, classes, workshops, events and functions.

Facilities and equipment include main room (standing capacity 60, seated capacity 50), kitchen, toilets including accessible toilet, car parking (20 spaces), Wi-Fi, projector & screen, tables & chairs, cutlery & crockery, and flipchart. Conditions/restrictions on use include no smoking.

About Hampshire Cultural Trust

Hampshire Cultural Trust was established to promote Hampshire as a county that offers outstanding cultural experiences to both its residents and visitors. From museums to galleries to arts centres, they manage and support 23 attractions across the county that were previously operated by Hampshire County Council and Winchester City Council. They run a huge variety of workshops, classes, events and projects for both young and old, in schools and in communities, with particular emphasis on reaching people who are vulnerable or disadvantaged and would not normally be able to access arts and culture. In addition, they care for 2.5 million objects that relate to Hampshire's rich and internationally important cultural heritage.

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User Cost/Charge Information
Standard full day: £120
Standard half day: £60
Registered community groups & charities: reduced rates available (contact for details)

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Hampshire Cultural Trust

01252 314598



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