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Museums in Canada

Gilles Villeneuve Museum

"The Gilles-Villeneuve museum, located between Montreal and Trois-Riviere on highway 40, is in memory of Gilles Villeneuve, the fastest race in Formula 1 history. Come and remember the exploits of the champion. Share this passion of car racing that lived in this exceptionnal driver. From Berthierville to Maranello, Italy, so many souvenirs! On site you will see racing cars, an F1 simulator, a racing boutique and more. On the road to Berthierville, discover the most important racing vars collection of the country!"

L'Epope de La Moto

"The Museum is the property of brothers François and Jean Gagnon and is the fruit of a long-standing passion shared by both brothers who have been collecting motorcycles for over 30 years. Their goal is to assemble a collection containing specimens from each period. Today, their exceptional collection contains 140 motorcycles, mopeds and scooters, of which 100 are currently on display."

Ontario Provincial Police Museum

The museum's basic responsibilities of stewardship and public service are expressed by preserving, documenting and interpreting artifacts and archival materials that help to build an understanding of the history of policing in Ontario since the formation of Upper Canada in 1791, specializing in the material culture of the Ontario Provincial Police from 1909.

Reynolds-Alberta Museum

"The Reynolds-Alberta Museum inspires all to explore our mechanical heritage through authentic interactions. We acquire, preserve, research, communicate, and exhibit in the fields of transportation, aviation, agriculture, and industry. Visitors will experience a wide variety of automobiles, motorcycles, bicycles, trucks, stationary engines, tractors, agricultural implements, aircraft, and industrial equipment."

South Peace Centennial Museum

This charming 40 acre agricultural pioneer village features hundreds of restored antique tractors, rare steam engines, stationary engines, horse drawn wagons, carriages and antique automobiles. Walk about the grounds to admire the gardens or browse the historic pioneer buildings full of antiques just the way they were years ago. Visit the homesteaders' cabins, trading post, church, school, grist mill, community hall, and general store. Experience a working a day in the life of a pioneer strolling through the blacksmith shop, barn, carriage house, and railway buildings.

Western Development Museum

Located on Treaty 4 and Treaty 6 territories and the Homeland of the Métis, the Western Development Museum (WDM) is the largest human history museum in Saskatchewan. With a collection of over 75,000 artifacts ranging from pins to locomotives and four locations in the province, the WDM shares the Saskatchewan story from the beginning of settlement to present day. Each museum location focuses on different aspects of Saskatchewan history – transportation in Moose Jaw, farm and rural life in North Battleford, 1910 Boomtown and innovation in Saskatoon and stories of immigration in Yorkton.

Western Development Museum

Located on Treaty 4 and Treaty 6 territories and the Homeland of the Métis, the Western Development Museum (WDM) is the largest human history museum in Saskatchewan. With a collection of over 75,000 artifacts ranging from pins to locomotives and four locations in the province, the WDM shares the Saskatchewan story from the beginning of settlement to present day. Each museum location focuses on different aspects of Saskatchewan history – transportation in Moose Jaw, farm and rural life in North Battleford, 1910 Boomtown and innovation in Saskatoon and stories of immigration in Yorkton.

Western Development Museum

Located on Treaty 4 and Treaty 6 territories and the Homeland of the Métis, the Western Development Museum (WDM) is the largest human history museum in Saskatchewan. With a collection of over 75,000 artifacts ranging from pins to locomotives and four locations in the province, the WDM shares the Saskatchewan story from the beginning of settlement to present day. Each museum location focuses on different aspects of Saskatchewan history – transportation in Moose Jaw, farm and rural life in North Battleford, 1910 Boomtown and innovation in Saskatoon and stories of immigration in Yorkton.