The Royal Canadian Regiment Museum tells the story of the first infantry regiment with the regular army in Canada. The museum is located in the west wing of Wolseley Barracks, built by the Dominion Government between 1886 and 1888 to house «D» Company of the Infantry School Corps. The collection is vast and includes a large variety of artefacts: regimental memorials, silverware, uniforms, medals, original art, weapons, military equipment, archives, musical instruments, etc. An expanded permanent gallery and a customer friendly gift shop are high profile attractions in the city of London, ON.
The Royal Canadian Regiment Museum
- 701 Oxford Street East, London, ON, Canada
- Wed, Fri & Sat 10am to 4pm Thu 10am to 8pm
- 5196605275 x 5015
- National Historic Site
- Wheelchair Access
701 Oxford Street East, London, ON, Canada
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