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The Royal Canadian Regiment Museum

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701 Oxford St E | N5Y 4T7, London, Ontario N5Y 4T7, Canada
+1 519-660-5275
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701 Oxford St E | N5Y 4T7, London, Ontario N5Y 4T7, Canada
+1 519-660-5275
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Reviewed 1 week ago

Covers the operational history of the Canadian army's first regiment. Free admission. Coverage includes both world wars and extends to the Middle East today.

Thank musashi2015
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

My father was a member of the RCR for most of his military career and, although we lived in London at one time, that was before the museum opened. Finally had the chance to visit this weekend and I'm glad I did! The historical data,...More

Thank Debbie D
Reviewed 5 weeks ago

First visit in 25 years. Very impressed. All displays are well laid out and in cronilogical order. Give it 2 hours. It's worth it.

Thank ralphbutt
Reviewed 18 April 2017

make the time to find this place - its a great place to visit for history buffs and also for those rainy day trips - you can ask for a guide and they will provide interesting information on the various exhibits

Thank LondonsBest
Reviewed 11 April 2017

Great museum covering the history Royal Canadian Regiment. It is very educational with a great selection of items during the conflicts and history. Good place to take young people to look at Canadian history in an educational way. There is no charge for this attraction.

Thank Maureen S
Reviewed 29 March 2017

It had been years since I visited, and the new layout starts with a bright, welcoming foyer opening off of the side rather than through what used to be the front door. Staff are there to answer questions and were very supportive.

Thank W W
Reviewed 13 March 2017

An exceptional museum, with a fine selection of items covering the history and the conflicts of the Royal Canadian Regiment. Very impressive, I only wish more people visited it because they are missing out on an education..

Thank Vince72Canada
Reviewed 14 February 2017

This is a very educational and interinsting place to spend an afternoon. There is no enterance fee, it is completely accessible, and the staff are very friendly. Most staff are volunteering veterans with a wealth of knowledge to share if you ask. If you are...More

Thank Beverly H
Reviewed 22 December 2016

The RCR Museum in London is not very large but it has great displays showing the military history of southwestern Ontario. The museum is bright and eas to tour. Anyone who visits will get a clear picture of the sacrifices and contributions made on our...More

Thank Allan H
Reviewed 13 December 2016

I absolutely love the RCR Museum. I've been many times and have taken my kids here as well. They have so much to look at and I am fascinated each time I visit. I highly recommend visiting this museum if you are in London.

Thank Bill C
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How much time should I allow to see this?
27 May 2017|
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Response from W W | Reviewed this property |
An hour or two. Depends on how much a military history fan you are.