The Museum is now open, guaranteeing new safety measures and offering lots of free summer fun. Join us Thursday through Sunday, 10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

Thank you for your interest in the Museum’s summer offer. This week’s tickets are sold out. More tickets will be available next Monday for the week that follows.

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Temporarily closed – Early Wars in Canada – Canadian Experience Gallery 1

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This section of the Museum is temporarily closed.

The Canadian War Museum is now open, guaranteeing new safety measures and offering lots of free summer fun. Join us Thursday through Sunday, 10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., for indoor guided tours of LeBreton Gallery and a host of outdoor experiences. Discover the Museum’s summer offer now.

We also invite you to follow us on our social media channels, and to enjoy the Museum’s digital offerings through Museum at Home, where you’ll find a range of engaging online activities for all ages.

Early Wars in Canada
The wars of First Peoples, the French and the British shaped Canada and Canadians.

The first gallery introduces the concept of war and its relevance to Canadians and Canada. Visitors explore the Canadian experience of conflict from Aboriginal warfare and post European-contact Canada, to Louis Riel and the Northwest Resistance of 1885.