Halton Region Heritage Services

"Who is Halton" Exhibit

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Hours:
  • Office/Administration: Mon-Fri 8:30 am-4:30 pm, weekdays Closed December 24, reopens Monday, January 2, 2019 Donations and Research requests: To make appointments and inquiries contact Claire Bennett, Assistant Curator and Collections Coordinator: 905-825-6000 ext: 3441
Fees:
  • Based inside Kelso Conservation Area in Milton, Ontario, Heritage Services is not open to the public. If you have an appointment or are expected by Heritage Services, the Conservation Halton/Park gate staff is generally on duty from May long weekend to Labour Day. On entering the park advise them you are visiting Halton Heritage Services and gate fees will be waived.
  • Partially Accessible
  • Support Animals
  • Elevator
  • Parking
  • Change Tables/Family Room
  • Wi-Fi

The Halton County Museum was founded in 1961. In 1974 it became the responsibility of the Region when the new Regional Municipality of Halton was formed. In 2014, Regional Council adopted a new Master Plan for the Museum under which it is being transformed into Heritage Services, which supports regional heritage organizations and institutions and cares for Regionally-owned heritage assets.

Halton Region Heritage Services is located on the site of the formerly known Halton Region Museum, situated on the five acre historic site of the former Alexander Homestead in the heart of Kelso Conservation Area, Milton. Based at Kelso Conservation Area.

Preservation Services
Heritage Services preserves the material and cultural heritage of Halton Region and acquires and shares knowledge of the Region’s historical and natural world. Heritage Services accepts donations from the public that speak to the history and culture of Halton on a case-by-case basis. The archives and reference library are available for researchers by appointment only. 

Programming and Exhibits
Heritage Services creates memorable, engaging and accessible exhibits and public programs to encourage discovery, appreciation and understanding of Halton's heritage. It supports the preservation and appreciation of the heritage of Halton Region through partnerships with museums, archives, historical societies, cultural organizations and attractions. Most programs are created to be delivered on site at partner locations as outreach initiatives. 

Website: www.halton.ca/heritageservices

Type: Heritage Service Organization | Archives

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