The Military Museums will be hosting Black History Month this February 2020. The Atrium exhibit, running from February 3 - March 1, 2020, will host an array of biographical and historical stories featuring Black Canadian men and women who have served in Canada's military.
The exhibit will also display artifacts relevant to these stories and military history. Included in the display will be the No. 2 Construction Battalion - Canada’s only segregated all-black battalion. Please join us in commemorating these brave men and women.
Join us on Friday March 6, 2020 at The Military Museums as we celebrate International Women’s Day. This event will present inspiring stories on Canadian women’s experiences in the military as well as a special focus of women’s service during WWII. The evening will include gallery tours, special presentations by the education department, an artefacts exhibit, and guest speakers.
Admission is by donation ($10 recommended)
Refreshments and a cash bar will be available
Doors open at 6 pm, the lecture begins at 7 pm
The Founders’ Gallery is dedicated to the exploration of human conflict worldwide through projects by local, international, historic, and contemporary artists that challenge viewers’ knowledge of and interaction with war.
The Military Museums annual lecture series is held Thursday evenings at The Military Museum from September until May.
Showcase for selected exhibits at The Military Museums.
Remembrance Day commemorations every November 11th.
A weekend of Viking raids, medieval duels and gladiatorial combat at the annual TMM Summer Skirmish.
Join Us for Family Day at The Military Museums.
A day of lectures, demonstrations, displays and music at the annual TMM Navy Day.
Although the War Stories 1917 exhibit in the Founders' Gallery is now closed, artifacts and stories from this First World War exhibit are still on display in various locations around the museum.
Click here to explore more battles, stories and photos from 1917.
Fandoms Unite! Join us on Aug 17th, 2019, at The Military Museums as we celebrate the heroes (and villains) of Sci Fi, pop culture, and Canadian History.