The Army Museum is an institution dedicated to the collection, preservation and exhibition of material related to the military history of Atlantic Canada, with a focus on Nova Scotia, and to preserving the memory of Atlantic Canada's soldiers.
Chief Administrative Officer - Gary Melville Curator - Ken Hynes
The Army Museum is a non-profit institution and gladly welcomes any and all financial donations. To assist your efforts, you can follow links to Canada Helps or Change It. You can also donate to us using your Air Miles Cash Miles.
Or send a cheque direct to us at: The Army Museum, P.O. Box 9080, Postal Station A, Halifax, Nova Scotia, B3K 5M7 (Tax receipts will be given for donations of $50 or more.)
We would be pleased to hear from you regarding Army artifacts that may be of interest. Please call 902-422-5979 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
We proudly acknowledge our Government Partners and Corporate Donors. If you are interested in speaking to someone about Donations, please call 902-422-5979.
Government of Canada, Department Canadian Heritage
Government of Canada, Veterans Affairs Canada
Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency
Parks Canada / Halifax Citadel National Historic Site
Government of Nova Scotia, Department of Communities, Culture, & Heritage
Halifax Regional Municipality
ScotiaBank - Portland Street Dartmouth Main Branch
Westin Nova Scotia