In support of our mission to honour military service, past and present, and promote a greater understanding of the legacy of military service in Edmonton and northern Alberta, our public programs include group tours, youth and educational programs both on and off site, and special events that we hold at our facility. We also have a limited capability to participate with other groups or organizations in various off-site events which support our mission.
The museum welcomes groups, such as school field trips, cadet corps, senior’s residences, etc., to visit our exhibits. Tours can be adjusted to suit the interests and needs of specific groups. We recommend that groups contact us at least three weeks in advance to ensure that there are no conflicts with other groups or events. For more detailed information regarding tour options and applicable fees open the pdf document below. It also contains a link to a form which you can use to contact us to request a booking. Our facility is wheelchair accessible.
Resources for Local Educators
For information on resources available to local educators, besides class tours as described above, please go to the Education segment of our website.
Other Programs and Special Events
Summer Camp – In cooperation with City of Edmonton Community Services we offer a week-long “A Soldier Through Time” summer day camp. For information on this camp go to www.edmonton.ca and search for “summer day camps”.
Remembrance Day – Every Remembrance Day the museum is open to the public from 10:00 until 2:00. There is a remembrance ceremony with a minute of silence at 11:00 am.