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Leacock Museum National Historic Site - Orillia

The historic summer home of humourist Stephen Butler Leacock houses the world's largest archival holding of Leacock manuscripts. The collection covers the 1869 to 1944 time...

Archives | Historic Building

Petawawa Heritage Society/Village - Petawawa

The Petawawa Heritage Society,  Celebrates 20th Anniversary.  Incorporated entity with charitable donation status and has been in operation for 14 years.  The...

Historic Building | Living History Site

Teeterville Pioneer Museum - Teeterville

The Teeterville Pioneer Museum was established in 1967 as a Centennial Project of the Teeterville Women's Institute and the Township of Windham.The museum features two...

Community Museum | Historic Building

Huron Historic Gaol

Huron Historic Gaol - Goderich

The Huron Historic Gaol is a unique and imposing octoganol building which served as the County Jail from its opening in 1841 until 1972 when all inmates were transferred to...

Historic Building

Front view McDougall Mill Museum Renfrew

McDougall Mill Museum - Renfrew

The Renfrew and District Historical and Museum Society operates the McDougall MIll Museum. Nestled on the banks of the Bonnechere river by the Swinging Bridge our museum...

Community Museum | Historic Building

South Dumfries Historical Society Museum and Archives - St. George

The South Dumfries Historical Society was founded in February 2003 to continue the operation of the community’s museum. The museum had been developed by the St. George/South...

Historic Building

Bellevue House National Historic Site of Canada - Kingston

Visit the 1840’s restored house and gardens of Sir John A. Macdonald, Canada’s first Prime Minister.  Exhibits in the visitor centre commemorate his life and career, and...

Historic Building

Cataraqui Cemetery National Historic Site - Kingston

Incorporated in 1850, Cataraqui Cemetery continues as an active burial ground and is the final resting place of many prominent Canadians.  Recognized for its great natural...

Historic Building

Kingston City Hall National Historic Site of Canada - Kingston

Take a free guided tour of magnificent Kingston City Hall, built in 1841-43 when Kingston was the first capital of Canada.

Historic Building

St. George Anglican Cathedral - Kingston

Built in 1825 by Thomas Rogers and enlarged in 1891 by Joseph Power, St. George's started as a simple rectangular stone church whose walls still stand, but became a classical...

Historic Building

Leslie Log House - Mississauga

Designated under the Ontario Heritage Act, the Leslie Log House was originally the home of John Leslie Sr. and his wife Esther Beattie Leslie who came to Upper Canada in 1824 from...

Historic Building

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