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The Museum houses primarily historical collections of the Royal Newfoundland Regiment, and is operated by a committee of volunteers from the Regimental Advisory Council.

Visiting hours for the public are:

  • Tuesdays and Wednesdays:  10:00 AM to 6:00 PM
  • Thursdays: 12:00 PM to 8:00 PM
  • Fridays and Saturdays: 10:00 AM to 6:00 PM 

or by appointment (contact a Museum Committee member).

The Museum is located in the Anthony Paddon Building, 102 The Boulevard, St. John's. For directions to the Paddon Building,  Click here

Phone: 709 733-3910

Admission is free, but donations are always welcome.

Visitors are welcome to enter the front gate, go right past the booth (booth is unmanned) and park in the Building parking lot.

Enter the Museum by entering the front door of the building. The door is locked, but press the door buzzer to the left of the door and you will be buzzed in. Check with the commissionaire at the front desk. Visitors must present a govt photo ID (eg drivers license).

Visitors should be aware that washrooms are NOT accessible to the public. Cameras are permitted, but no flash. Drink and food is not permitted inside the Museum. Children are welcome, but must be accompanied by an adult.

Location and Directions
Main Lobby, Surgeon Lieutenant-Commander Anthony W. Paddon Building,  Canadian Forces Station St. John's, The Boulevard, Pleasantville, St. John's.

The Museum is accessible for wheelchair.

Email: rnfldrmuseum@gmail.com

Mail: The Royal Newfoundland Regiment Museum
CFS St. John's
PO Box 2028
St. John's NL 
A1C 6B5

Phone: (709) 733-3910

Museum Committee:
LCol Norman Bull (ret)
Frank Gogos (Chairman)
Chris Butt
Dale Hutchings
Cpl Tony MacAllister (ret)
LCol Barry Mackay (ret)
Jim Stanton
Chris Reid
Peter Noel
Capt Ben Gardner (ret)
David Mercer
LCol John MacDonald (ret)



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