Lang Pioneer Village Museum

At Lang Pioneer Village Museum, each day history to brought to life. Throughout the village, costumed interpreters will introduce you to the people, trades and events that have helped shape local history as you visit more than 30 homes and businesses from 1800 to 1910. Discover the history and culture of the Michi Saagiig Anishnaabeg at Aabnaabin Camp, a partnership project with Curve Lake First Nation and Hiawatha First Nation. Watch as the Blacksmith shapes a piece of metal into a horseshoe on the anvil and smell the sweet scent of cookies baking in the woodstove. Hear the school bell ring signaling the start of classes and watch as the giant cogs power up the grinder to produce flour at the Grist Mill. Experience the sights, sounds and interpretations of life in the 1800s!

Located just 10 minutes east of Peterborough, the Museum is open during the summer and seasonally for special events, rentals and education programs. Please visit for full hours of operation and programming schedule.


Type: Living History Site