Killarney Centennial Museum

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  • Open daily from 10 -12 a.m. and 1-5 p.m. Closed on Wednesday
  • Free admission. Donations accepted.

The first white settler arrived in Shebahonaning, now Killarney, in June 1820, and established a fur trade post here. The Killarney Centennial Museum opened in 1967, and traces our history from the time of the fur trade to the present. The old jail house, built in 1886, was the first site of the Killarney Museum. It still stands beside the present log Museum on Commissioner Street. See a slide show, household items, photographs, and artifacts from our commercial fishing, logging, mining, and tourism industries.


Type: Community Museum