Museum From Home, Programs, Tours and Event Hosting at the Museum

Our museum is normally open 30 hrs every week, but as everyone else, we wish to protect our patrons which means that we have to keep... our distance. While "socially distancing" by staying at home, museum staff asked Pte Ronnie, our mascot, to help prepare some activities suitable mostly for the younger visitors. These activities can be printed or simply used as a pdf file on your computer. Feel free to use our virtual tours available on the Gallery section of this website. Here are the activities: "Let's Count", "Connect the Dots", "Find the Words", "Unscramble the Words", "Ven Diagram."

Open to public for visitors or pre-booked tours, education programs and events from Tuesday through Sunday, the museum is fully accessible, with parking available on site and volunteers ready to meet you in the reception area. Enter the military site Wolseley Barracks via Elliott Street and turn right towards the museum. Although the museum does not charge admission fees, financial donations are appreciated; an honorarium is recommended to cover for administration fees related to bookings and programs delivery.

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Dear Teacher,

It is with great enthusiasm that The Royal Canadian Regiment Museum introduces to teachers of all grades an Ontario-Curriculum based education program, Tales of the Eight-Pointed Star. This program is designed to offer a learning environment outside the classroom while providing interactive, inquiry-based activities that will meet or exceed the expectations outlined in the Ontario Ministry of Education guidelines. The Tales of the Eight-Pointed Star can be easily adjusted to the specific needs of every visiting class and teachers are always welcome to discuss their individual requests when booking a tour.

Our programs are designed to accommodate 25 to 30 students; the ideal tour of the museum takes anywhere between 90 to 120 minutes. All programs are offered year-round, with adjustments in case of inclement weather. Please book at least three weeks in advance.

We look forward to hosting your group at Wolseley Barracks.

Alpha, Bravo, Charlie

This outreach program is for groups of max 30 participants per session, 60 to 90 mins long. Hands-on, interactive activities and required materials will be brought to your location by a museum staff and/or volunteer, who will also deliver the program.

The museum does not charge admission fees, however an honorarium is expected in lieu of logistic arrangements; suggested amount is $125/session, additional mileage cost may apply. Available Monday through Friday in January, February, March, July and August. These programs can be adapted for day camps.

Everyone is welcome to visit us during opening hours, but for groups larger than 8 people it is strongly recommended to book a tour at least 3 weeks in advance. Please indicate on the booking request form if you would like a guided or self-guided tour.

The museum may be an excellent venue for corporate meetings, professional development days, presentations and other small size events. Prior arrangements are necessary for such activities, please follow this link for further details.

Tales of the 8-Pointed Star

Alpha, Bravo, Charlie