The Canadian War Museum is more than a museum that is internationally renowned for its symbolic architecture; it is synonym for inspiring and touching stories. Canada's rich military history is showcased through personal stories, artwork, photographs and interactive presentations. Tour the extensive permanent exhibitions and expand your knowledge of the conflicts that shaped Canada, Canadians and the world, as well as the roll Canadians played in them.
The Canadian War Museum, your museum of military history, offers a wide range of learning opportunities that will fascinate students of all levels. Through historical artifacts, personal stories, artwork, photographs and interactive presentations, the
Museum’s school programs help students discover Canada’s rich military history.
The Museum offers meaningful learning experiences designed to support teachers in providing exceptional history education. Our programs ensure that your students come away with a greater understanding of the human stories behind historical events.
Our programs closely match Ontario and Quebec curricula in the areas of Social Studies, History and Geography.
-The Battle of the Plains of Abraham: Lasting Legacies
-1812: One War, Four Perspectives
-Canada and the First World War: Think Like a Curator
-Canada and the Second World War: Learning Through Evidence
-Witness to History: Personal Accounts of Military Service
-Theatrical presentation: In May and June, the Museum offers an exciting and dynamic theatrical orientation for school groups. This free, 15-minute introduction to the Museum’s themes and galleries will highlight the human experience of war.
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