Military Communications And Electronics Museum


Displaying the history of Canadian military communications and electronics from the early days of confederation to the present day. The museum also contains a large vehicle gallery, a German ENIGMA machine and three of the original 1/2 scale models used to design the Vimy Ridge Memorial. The C&E Museum contains a gift shop, archives, conference room facilities and an education program for students and youth groups. Supported by the Department of National Defence, the Military Communications & Electronics Museum Foundation and generous donors, the C&E Museum offers a unique perspective into Canada's military heritage. The museum also hosts two unstructured Improbable Escape Rooms that can be played for a fee. The museum is by admission.

  • Hours of Operation : Museum hours are 1000 to 1530 Week Days.
  • Wheelchair Accessible : Yes

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