Come and see what we have!
The Ontario Regiment museum houses the largest collection of operational military vehicles in North America.
Below are Just some of our moving exhibits.
We also have static vehicles and vehicles being restored.
Come experience the sights and sounds of this exciting Collection.
For each combat vehicle, an army needs a large number of support vehicles. These include vehicles to move supplies, carry fuel, and even recover the broken down. The Museum has a large collection of Jeeps, Light Trucks, and Heavy Movers.
Chevrolet Fleetline Staff Car
GM Canadian Military Pattern (CMP) Truck
Chrysler Air Portable Transport (APT)
GMC M939 "Deuce and a Half"
International Harvester M62/ M543 Medium Wrecker
Ford M151 Mutt
Land Rover “Wolf” (Defender)
LSVW (IVECO M40)
AM General High Mobility Multipurpose Wheeled Vehicle (HMMWV)
Light armour vehicles are the most flexible part of the collection. Light armour can act as Reconnaissance, Armoured Personal Carriers, Infantry Fighting Vehicles, Anti Tank, Anti Air, Engineer, Recovery and any other role that needs to be fulfilled.
Sd.Kfz 251 Hanomag (Modified OT-810)
Ford Universal Carrier
Ford M8 Greyhound
Cadillac Gage V-100 Commando
Soviet Union BMP-1
FMC M113A2, M113 Fitter, M113 TUA, M113
FMC M577A3 "Queen Mary"
FMC M548A1 Tracked Cargo Carrier (Battle Bus)
Alvis FV101 Scorpion CVR-T
Alvis FV102 Striker CVR-T
Alvis FV103 Spartan CVR-T
Alvis FV105 Sultan CVR-T
Alvis FV106 Sampson CVR-T
Alvis FV107 Scimitar CVR-T
GMC AVGP Cougar
GMC AVGP Grizzly
GMC AVGP Husky
Alvis Sabre CVR-T
GDLS LAV III
Heavy Armour and Main Battle Tanks are the heavy metal superstars of the Museum. Our heavies start from World War II and right into the end of the Cold War. If you have not seen them before, you will be amazed at their size, speed, power, and presence.
Daimler Benz Panzer III (Reproduction)
Alkett Stug III (Reproduction)
Cadillac M3 Stuart
Cadillac M24 Chaffee
BMM Jagdpanzer 38(t) Hetzer (Modified G-13)
Soviet Union T54/55
Chrysler M60A3 Patton
Krauss-Maffei Leopard 1A5, 1C1, 1C2
Cadillac M551 Sheridan
British Leyland FV4201 Chieftain
Very few vehicles come to the Museum in pristine condition. Museum volunteers spend countless hours in getting them into display and running shape. These are some of the projects that the Museum is working on now.