HMCS Haida National Historic Site (Virtual Tour)
HMCS Haida was one of 27 Tribal-class Destroyers that were commissioned for the Royal Navy, the Royal Australian Navy, and the Royal Canadian Navy (RCN) between 1937 and 1945. Affectionately known as “the fightingest ship in the Navy”, Haida was also a lucky ship; in her 20 years of service, she only lost two men. She is the only surviving Tribal-class Destroyer today and is preserved in Hamilton, Ontario, as a National Historic Site..
To learn about HMCS Haida, her sailors, and their impact on the Second World War, please click the link or image below to experience a virtual tour.
To navigate in a 360 degree range, click and drag your mouse. You can also click on icons to view specific exhibits.
Teachers, an education guide for this tour is available HERE.
Our thanks to Parks Canada and Mawer
for their generous support with this project.