t. Andrew's has served as the Regimental Church for the 48th Highlanders Regiment of Canada since the earliest days of the regiment. In the lower level of the Church is the 48th Highlanders Museum, which is open to the public on most days of the week.
In the museum, there are important artifacts and mementoes from the various battles, wars and activities in which the members of the 48th Highlanders Regiment have served. Guides are available to welcome you to the museum and to answer any questions that you might have.
The Museum is open year round: Wednesday & Thursday 10am to 3pm
The 48th Highlanders Museum is located in the basement of the Regimental Church (St. Andrew's Church) at the corner of King and Simcoe (75 Simcoe St.) one block west of University Avenue.
Take the Subway to St. Andrew's Station, exit from the south King St. Entrance and walk 1 block west to Simcoe Street.
48th Highlanders Museum, 73 Simcoe St. Toronto, ON M5J 1W9
Researchers should note that Military Service Records for members of the 48th Highlanders are held at the National Archives of Canada.
Visit the The 48th Highlanders
website for more information