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Go to see the art history of NW Ontario's prisoner of war camps.

A former German prisoner of war gifted the museum with sketches he had made in prisoner of war... read more

Reviewed 26 July 2013
Roadrat1948
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Thunder Bay, Canada
If they are ever open

They have hours of operation, but don't make a special trip to see it, it may be opened during... read more

Reviewed 13 September 2018
ceajm
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Thunder Bay District, Canada
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13 Sep 2018
“If they are ever open”
16 Jun 2016
“Vintage WW2 vehicle convoy”
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317 Park Ave | P7b 6c8, Thunder Bay, Ontario P7B 1C7, Canada
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Reviewed 13 September 2018

They have hours of operation, but don't make a special trip to see it, it may be opened during their hours or they might not be open, and there isn't a phone number to talk to an actual person

Thank ceajm
Reviewed 16 June 2016

Spent the day with Jeep club in Thunder bay. Then a tour of the Museum with George. A must see for military history buffs.

Thank Chuck M
Reviewed 5 June 2016

I was given an excellent tour of the museum and the entire armouries including messes from MasterSgt O'Connor last june. So much history in here. Lovingly kept immaculate by the local reserve units ,the place has a "if these walls could talk feel." The museum...More

1  Thank MrPappyshow
Reviewed 22 April 2015

They had an open house of sorts one day and my son and I went to see it in the Armouries I marched in as a reserve cadet 50 yrs ago. The area was small but had interesting items and history.

1  Thank Ken1011
Reviewed 12 March 2015

This is a surprisingly nice little museum; the "surprising" part of it is that there were huge German POW camps in Thunder Bay area where UK basically kept German prisoners so that they couldn't escape, and that part is actually covered in the museum. It...More

1  Thank Andy T
Reviewed 1 November 2013

5 boys and I toured the museum early Saturday morning. The hours are limited but the volunteer was very excited and informative. It is a small local military museum with limited space but still interesting to see. They are going throught some changes right now...More

3  Thank familytimes2012
Reviewed 26 July 2013

A former German prisoner of war gifted the museum with sketches he had made in prisoner of war camps in North Western Ontario. These were framed with funding from Allianz Insurance and are a hidden gem in Thunder Bay. The museum is located in the...More

2  Thank Roadrat1948
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