Remembrance 2016: 29 October to 11 November 2016

The museum is prepared for the Remembrance Season 2016. Our tribute to men and women who served or serve under the Canadian Military will be paid with a Wall of Remembrance, installed in the reception area. Starting 29 Oct, everyone is welcome to share their thoughts at this time or present their respects by writting on the 'poppy cards' that can be attached to the blue structure. On 11 November, museum staff, volunteers and visitors will be observing the Remembrance ceremony conducted by the 4th Battalion of The Royal Canadian Regiment in the parade square at Wolseley Barracks. The museum will open on extended hours, from 10am to 8pm. Capt O’Leary will be showing his collection in the multi-purpose room, Veterans and serving members will be available on site to interact with the public. Follow our social media accounts for news and updates!

Recent Acquisitions: 15 January to 10 December 2016

A selection of artefacts donated or purchased during 2015 is now on show, in the mini-theatre on the second floor of the Gallery. Medal sets, badges, archives, original art, weapons and equipment have been added to the museum collection over the past year. Among these, visitors can view the unique MGen Loomis medal set including the Order of Military Merit, Military Cross(Elizabeth II type), rare badges of the Oxford Rifles Regiment (1900s), the 7th Fusiliers Regiment (1860s) and the Infantry School Corps (1883), post cards from London, ON sent to soldiers fighting overseas during the First World War, a pair of Liberation Clogs gifted to a member of The RCR while on duty in Holland at the end of the Second World War and many other items. Admission is free and everyone is welcomed to view our new exhibition.


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The Royal Canadian Regiment Museum, as a component of The Royal Canadian Regiment, will preserve, collect and present artifacts, archives and other militaria that are relevant for the history of the Regiment in order to assist in building pride, esprit and solidarity amongst all members of The RCR family. The Museum will also foster a deeper understanding of the Regimental experience, within the broader context of military and Canadian history, among other veterans, communities in the London area and all Canadians.

The RCR Museum will promote and enhance the pride that Canadians have in their military and its achievements through ensuring they know the story of one of our nation's great Regiments.