Get a chance to interact directly with the museum’s collection in your classroom or in the museum. These activities provide the students with an opportunity to experience history with a more hands-on approach, from reenacting crucial diplomatic negotiations to creating trench art like WWI ordinary soldiers.
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Step inside The Royal Montreal Regiment’s operational armory to discover the inner workings of this historic military unit.
The Museum offers guided tours of its permanent exhibition, housing over a thousand artifacts, photographs, letters, diaries and militaria spanning from The Royal Montreal Regiment’s creation in 1914 to present day conflicts.
Regiments on the Ridge: 100 years after the Battle of Vimy Ridge tells the story of Canadian participation in WWI.
In April 1917, the Canadian Corps, fighting for the first time as a Canadian entity, attacked the ridge which spanned seven kilometers and was heavily fortified by the Germans.
The travelling exhibition is displayed on 14 freestanding, bilingual panels.
Get the chance to interact with our replica uniforms from the Great War.
We lend both the soldier’s and the nurse’s uniform so that every one can picture how people dressed during wartime.
The uniforms offer a small insight into the daily lives of the ordinary people who participated in events that took unprecedented proportions.