Ground Truth shares the stories of veterans on the ground in Afghanistan.
This exhibit is ongoing throughout the year.
Please reach out if you have a story to share with us:
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Owen Sound City Walking Tours:
Discover Owen Sound's military heritage through the Military Heritage Trail. Come to the museum when we are able to be open, and for now, you can do the trail using your smart phone.
Ticketed guided tours available in July.
Military Heritage Trail
In Their Steps
Starting from the Museum walk the steps of William Alan Bishop, Katherine Wilson, Thomas William Holmes, Allan Dunoon and Clarence David Lapierre.
This 3.5km walking tour takes you around Owen Sound, so it can be seen like never before
You may know that Owen Sound’s Greenwood Cemetery has three Victoria Cross Recipients interred within it, William Avery Bishop V.C., Thomas Holmes V.C., and David Vivian Currie V.C.
But, there are many other interesting military figures that have been laid to rest in its grounds since its 1854 creation. Cemeteries are wonderful places to explore as they contain many generations of stories and the history of a community.
Virtual and Past Exhibits!
Highlighting the Canadian effort to achieve victory in the Netherlands, this ambitious exhibit is a curatorial collaboration led by a group of grade 12 history students from Owen Sound District Secondary School.
Perspectives on the meaning of peace and the Canadian effort to obtain it. They will have an opportunity to offer their insights as to what peace means to them.
Want to learn more? Please check out the dedicated website https://www.liberationspring75.com/
Liberation Spring: 75 Years of Peace
During the Second World War, there was a camp of Polish Soldiers stationed right here in Owen Sound. Having fled their own country after the German invasion the Polish Government in Exile regrouped and set to the task of reclaiming their country.
Please visit our website created especially for this exhibit
Near Owen Sound, we have a Polish Soldier Tree symbolizing the living memory of those stationed here during the War.