The Secrets of Radar Museum

Imagine Saving the World... and Keeping it a Secret for 50 Years

The Secrets of Radar Museum is dedicated to preserving the experiences, stories and histories of the men and women who helped build, develop, operate, maintain and defend Canadian RADAR, here in Canada and abroad.

Thousands of men and women who served in World War II don’t need to imagine –

This was their life.

Welcome to the Secrets of Radar Museum. 


Recent News

The passing of Ed Morgan

It is with sadness we mark the passing of Ed Morgan, one of the venerable World War II radar family, on November 1, 2013.  We at SoRM extend our sincerest condolences to his family and friends.  We thank Ed for his support of the museum, his enthusiasm for radar, and his service to Canada.

View his obituary, published in the Ottawa Citizen.

Edit: We thank all those who have donated to SoRM in Ed Morgan's name.  Thank you for your generosity.  We know Ed appreciates it as much as we do.

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We welcome all volunteer applications, but due to our limited staffing/supervisory resources, we cannot always accommodate them. 

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Training Section, Clinton Station, 1945

The Secrets of Radar Museum gratefully acknowledges the generous support of

The Good Foundation 

Cultural Access Pass member?  Come visit us and don't forget to show your card.

Cultural Access Pass member?  Come visit us and don't forget to show your card.

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