This Montreal couple opened their own Tim Horton's museum

Jul 19 2017, 1:10 pm

In celebration of the iconic Canadian chain, a Montreal couple decided to open a museum dedicated to Tim Hortons.

Officially called the Musée National du Tim Hortons, this incredible act of Canadian pride was cultivated by two individuals: Lorie-Anne Chamberland and Alexandre Contant.

The museum is located in the Hochelaga-Maisonneuve borough of Montreal and has all sorts of Tim Hortons paraphernalia.

Musée national du Tim Hortons/Facebook

We’re talking about Tim Hortons frisbees, yo-yos, a limited edition Yahtzee game, water bottles, cowboy hats, coffee makers, visors, gift cards, bottled ice caps, mugs, tables, plastic bags and cups, and much more!

Musée national du Tim Hortons/Facebook

If you’re a Timmie’s fanatic, then this all-new exclusive museum is a must! As this venture is located inside the home of Chamberland and Contant, visits are by appointment only.

You can read more about the Musée National du Tim Hortons here.

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