The Elgin Military Museum was made to gather, record, safeguard, translate and show things of military history, with an accentuation on Elgin County and its natives, and the part they have played in Canadian military history, from the establishing of the Talbot Settlement to today. The site has a few novel shows and, with its area in the core of St. Thomas, is a staggering beginning stage for a mobile voyage through different destinations of intrigue.
EMM is a nearby exhibition hall just in the strictest feeling of the term. The degree is worldwide and incorporates Lance Corporal Ellis W. Sifton from Dutton, who won the Victoria Cross at Vimy Ridge; General E.L.M. Consumes, who experienced childhood in St. Thomas and progressed toward becoming Commander 1956-59 of the principal United Nations Emergency Force, and Rear Admiral Kenneth J. Summers from St. Thomas who Commanded the Canadian Forces in the Coalition of the Gulf War.