The RCMI Museum

The RCMI Museum contributes to the Institute's mission to educate members and the public about Canadian military heritage and history. The Museum safeguards a private collection held in trust for members and the public and their decedents.  The Museum is part of a public network of Canadian Military museums and is a member of the Organization of Military Museums of Canada.

Working through an active and enthusiastic group of volunteers, the members of the Museum Committee along with the part-time curator, specialize in various tasks incuding writing articles, reserch, artifact acquisition and transportation and display installation.

The Museum collects, displays, preserves and researches Canadian militaria mainly from 1855 to the present. Organized tours are available to private groups, to book a tour contact the Curator.                   
A History of the RCMI Museum


 
First floor display of Lt. Kay Christie. The Red Baron seat from his plane shot down by Captain Arthur Roy Brown, Canadian air ace. Uniform displays in the Long Bar.
The display case for Lt. Kay Christie, showing her portrait and blue nurses uniform. The Red Baron seat from his plane shot down by Captain Arthur Roy Brown, Canadian air ace. Canadian Military Uniform displays in the Long Bar.