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Your visit to the 48th Highlanders Museum will immerse you in our traditions and proud history:
- from Victorian Toronto in 1891 when the Regiment was formed to the present day.
- from the South Africa battlefield at the turn of the century, to Europe through two World Wars to the conflict in Afghanistan and with UN and NATO commitments working in aid of peace in all four corners of the globe.
- through aid to Canadians across the country in times of disaster and need, and
- though our extensive collection of artefacts, uniforms, images and records including historic items such as our battlefield cross from Vimy Ridge and a copy of the German surrender in WWII signed by General Montgomery.
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We welcome school groups and we can tailor our tours to meet your specific needs. Click HERE for more information.
The Museum is open year round: Wednesday & Thursday 10am to 2pm. We can also open the museum at other times for School groups and private visits.
Please keep in mind that, since the museum is staffed with volunteers, there may be occasions when we are unable to open at the scheduled times. Before coming to the museum, you may wish to send us an e-mail to confirm that we will be open when you wish to visit.
The Museum is located in the basement of the Regimental Church (St. Andrew’s Church) at the corner of King and Simcoe (73 Simcoe St.) one block west of University Avenue.
Take the Subway to St. Andrew’s Station, exit from the south King St. Entrance and walk one block west to St. Andrew’s Church. Enter by the front doors, turn right inside and proceed to the stairs down to the museum.