Lorne Scots Regimental MuseumDigital Doors Open Brampton

  • Digital Doors Open
  • Videos
  • Kid-friendly
  • National Historic Site (Canada)
  • Site is protected by the Ontario Heritage Trust
Lorne Scots Regimental Museum

The Lorne Scots Regimental Museum opened in 1980 in what was once the old Brampton firehall. Come and explore the collection of historical and military artifacts that showcases the rich history of the regiment from 1792 to today. After your visit, walk up nearby Carnegie Lane for a preview of the museum’s new home in the former Carnegie Library.

This museum is part of the old Brampton firehall, which was constructed in 1854. The building has been occupied by the Lorne Scots regiment for many years. The museum itself was opened in 1980 and contains a large collection of historical and military artifacts that showcase the rich history of the regiment and the Brampton residents who have volunteered in various conflicts. During Digital Doors Open, you can experience some of this remarkable history through these videos: Lorne Scots 12 Chapel, Trooping 1975, Homecoming 1945, Camp Niagara 1944, Pipes and Drums Edinburgh 1960, March Past Trooping of the Colour 2016 (shown below) and the Lorne Scots Sesquicentennial.

Contact info

48 John Street
Brampton, Ontario
E-mail: museum@lornescots.ca


Year built: 1910
Building type:Historical landmarkMilitaryMuseum
Architect: Frank Wickson
Architectural style:Beaux arts

Dates/hours open

Sep 09, 10:00am - Sep 09, 04:00pm

Saturday: 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.