The Lorne Scots Museum is an accredited Canadian Armed Forces museum dedicated to preserving the history of The Lorne Scots (Peel, Dufferin & Halton Regiment). The Lorne Scots Regiment Museum has been located at the Regiment’s armoury in Brampton Ontario but will now be relocating to a new permanent site in the City of Brampton’s historic Carnegie Library building at 555 Queen St East in downtown Brampton.
The new location will house the Museum’s collection of historic artifacts and archives and will trace the history of the Regiment from its inception at the turn of the nineteenth century and its connections to the communities of Peel, Dufferin and Halton. The Museum will also feature meeting space and an educational centre that will be available for community use.
Help us raise the funds to create this new exciting facility in Brampton and support the preservation of the Lorne Scots Museum by contributing a Donation to the Museum fundraising campaign. Donations can be made by cheque to the Lorne Scots Trust Fund or online through this Donate Now link.