The Canadian Scottish Regiment (Princess Mary’s) Regimental Museum exists to educate serving soldiers, members of the Regimental family and the general public on the history of the Canadian Scottish Regiment (Princess Mary’s). The museum is the focal point for the display and collection of Regimental artifacts, the management of Regimental archives and the dissemination of information on the history and heritage of The Regiment and it contributions to the community.
This site provides a glimpse into the museum’s collections and the rich history of the Regiment and the Canadian army. You can delve into this history by visiting the museum and by following the links found on these pages.
Collections and Artifacts
The museum has one of the finest collections of small arms used by the infantry, an extensive uniform collection and numerous medal sets from members of the Regiment.
Displays recount the history of the Regiment from its inception, through two world wars, the cold war era, the Afghanistan war to the present.
Visit the Museum
The winter hours to visit are from Tuesday 10:00 to 13:00 hrs.
Public access is via Field Street. Group tours are welcome by appointment.
Access may occasionally be restricted due to military operations.
Click below for maps and instructions for entering the Bay Street Armoury and the museum.
People in Focus
The purpose, goals and objectives of the Regiment are archived by people. Individuals who have made significant contributions over the lifetime of the Regiment will be profiled at the bottom of each page on this website.
View Lt. Col. Cyrus Wesley Peck’s profile