The Museum was created by the Regimental Association (largely under the direction of WOI Jack Bateman, a former Regimental Sergeant-Major) and was officially opened in 1984 by our late Colonel-in-Chief Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother. Funding for display cases, painting and the purchase of artifacts, memorabilia etc was provided by the Association. The museum is ably and professionally run by Pipe-Sergeant Tim Stewart, the curator who is a secondary school history teacher. It is available for viewing by appointment, and is open for viewing during Regimental events.
Toronto Scottish Regiment Pipes and Drums
Captain Bellenden Hutcheson VC Armoury,
66 Birmingham Street,
Toronto M8V 2B8, Canada