Give us a call at our main office at the Elgin Military Museum and our friendly staff will be happy to book tours for you, give you information about group tours, or answer any other questions you may have about the Elgin Military Museum in St. Thomas or HMCS Ojibwa, our remarkable Cold War Oberon Class Submarine located in nearby Port Burwell, Ontario.
EMM is completely accessible to people with mobility needs. We are happy to provide wheelchairs to those who wish to borrow them. We also provide convenient seating in all areas of the Museum.
The Elgin Military Museum
30 Talbot St (corner of Pleasant St.)
St. Thomas, Ontario N5P 1A3
The Elgin Military Museum is easily accessed from Sunset Drive (old Hwy 4)- turn right just as reach the top of the hill. The famous Jumbo the Elephant statue is a two minute stroll east of the museum. Click here for a short walking tour of the area around the museum.
Hours & Admission
Monday-Thur. closed for COVID-19 protection
Friday: closed for COVID-19 protection
Saturday: closed for COVID-19 protection
Special prices are available for groups.
Please Contact the Museum for details.
Our 'Sub' Station in Port Burwell
Submariners Tour – Inside the Sub
Adults (13 and over): $24.75 (tax included)
Seniors (55 and over) $19.80 (tax included)
Children (6-12): $14.75 (tax included)
Children under 6 are not permitted aboard
Fish-Eye View – outside the Sub
Adults (13 and over): $12.50 (tax included)
Seniors (55 and over) $10.00 (tax included)
Children (6-12): $6.00 (tax included)
Children under six: Free
Combo Package – inside and outside
Adults (13 and over): $33.75 (tax included)
Children (6-12): $17.50 (tax included)
Purchase your tickets for a time slot, get a wrist band reminder then enjoy the village or the displays till your start time.
Throughout the winter, the submarine is open the last weekend of the month, weather permitting.
12:00 PM - 4:00 PM (last tour begins at 4:00 PM)
HMCS OJIBWA sits in the valley below the main street of Port Burwell (Robinson St.). As you drive south on Robinson, look right and you will see her stark black fin peeking out between the stores and restaurants. Don't get carried away, you need to turn right at Pitt St. just before the lighthouse.