Canadian Automotive Museum Exhibition

A Rolls-Royce for Royalty
A Rolls-Royce for Royalty: Canadian Aristocracy after the Great War
Until December 31, 2020

Discover the story behind one of CAM's most intriguing vehicles, the 1914 Rolls-Royce Silver Ghost, which was used by Edward, Prince of Wales in Montreal during his 1919 Royal Tour of Canada. The car was owned by several of Canada's most prominent citizens of the 20th century including Sir Mortimer Davis, Second Baron Shaunghessy, and financier Bud McDougald. The exhibit explore the vehicle's history and connections to Canadian history following the First World War.

Canadian Automotive Museum
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Included with regular admission
World War Commemorations Community Fund from the Department of Canadian Heritage.