Amport House & Museum of Army Chaplaincy
Minutes from The Hawk Inn on the edge of Amport village is the Elizabethan style manor, Amport House. The beautiful house, with stunning gardens designed by Lutyens, is home to the Museum of Army Chaplaincy.
The unique museum covers the history of Chaplains in the British Army since 1796, through peacetime, when under fire and in captivity. Entry to the museum is free, although donations are welcome, and guided tours led by the Curator of the museum are available to groups of 3 – 35 people.
Amport House is the current home to the military chaplaincy, so all visitors to the Museum are required to make an appointment ahead of their visit.