The collection of civilian and military firearms of the Museum occupies a prominent place.Learn more
Obtained by the alloy of copper and tin, bronze is the first metal that men learned to artistically shape in antiquity.Learn more
To illustrate the history and the cultural diversity of the Canada, the collection consisting of pieces mostly from the Canadian Mint, the Musée Canadien de l’Arme et du Bronze is packed with true works of art.Learn more
The last major block of collections in the Musée Canadien de l’Arme et du Bronze, the numismatic pieces are closely related to the collection of coins and by this, the illustration of Canadian history and its cultural diversity.Learn more
The Musée Canadien de l’Arme et du Bronze is a member of the Association of Canadian Museums, the Société des Musées Québécois, the Organization of Military Museums of Canada, the Lower Canada Arms Collectors Association and the International Committee of Museums and Collections of Arms and Military History.