- Queen’s Own Rifles of Canada – The official regimental website
- Casa Loma – Former home of Major General Henry Pellatt and current location of the Queen’s Own Rifles Museum and Archives
Ten City of Toronto Historical Museums
- Colborne Lodge – A restored 1837 regency villa located in High Park.
- Fort York National Historic Site – Toronto’s birthplace and Canada’s largest collection of original War of 1812 buildings.
- Gibson House Museum – Visit an 1851 family farmhouse to get a glimpse into Toronto’s rural past.
- Historic Zion Schoolhouse – Travel back to 1910 to experience an unforgettable school day in this beautifully restored, one-room schoolhouse.
- Mackenzie House – The 1858 home of Toronto’s famous rebel and first mayor, William Lyon Mackenzie.
- Montgomery’s Inn – Enjoy the hospitality of an 1847 country inn.
- Scarborough Museum – Discover rural life from the 1850s to 1900 in Scarborough’s Thomson Memorial Park.
- Spadina Museum: Historic House and Gardens – Take in the beauty of one of Toronto’s finest mansions and tour its restored Victorian and Edwardian gardens. (Next door to Casa Loma and the Queen’s Own Rifles Museum.)
- Todmorden Mills Heritage Site – A fascinating collection of early industrial buildings in the Don River Valley.
- York Museum – A collection of artifacts representing the history of York.
Ontario Military Museums
- 48th Highlanders of Canada (Toronto)
- CFB Petawawa Military Museums (CFB Petawawa)
- The Elgin Military Museum (St. Thomas)
- Georgina Military Museum (Keswick)
- Hastings and Prince Edward Regiment (Belleville)
- National Air Force Museum of Canada (CFB Trenton)
- The Royal Canadian Regiment Museum (London)
Canadian Military Museums/Resources