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The Sharon Temple

Sharon Temple National Historic Site and Museum - Sharon

In the Upper Canada of the 1820s, in the Village of Sharon, a small community known as the Children of Peace crafted, with simple tools but consummate skill and artistry, a...

Historic Building | Community Museum

Heritage Mississauga - Mississauga

Heritage Mississauga, also known as the Mississauga Heritage Foundation, was founded in 1960, by a small group of volunteers.  Originally called the Toronto Township...

Resources | Historic Building

Enoch Turner Schoolhouse - Toronto

This historic schoolhouse, built in 1848 by local brewer Enoch Turner, is available to school groups for day-long living history visits and open to the general public. The...

Children's Museum | Historic Building

Banting House National Historic Site - London

This specialized museum known as "The Birthplace of Insulin" focuses on the life and career, between 1891 and 1941, of Sir Frederick Grant Banting the co-discoverer of...

Historic Building | Specialized Collection

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

Backus-Page House Museum - Wallacetown

Set against the backdrop of Lake Erie's beautiful shoreline, the Backus Page-House is a living history museum, re-creating life in the Talbot Settlement during the middle of...

Community Museum | Historic Building

North Bay Museum - North Bay

Focusing on the late 1800s to 1960s, this community museum encompasses a wide range of subject matter, including social history as well as a good representation of working class...

Community Museum | Historic Building

Glengarry Pioneer Museum - Dunvegan

This community museum interprets the history of the nineteenth-century Scottish, Loyalist, and French Canadian settlement in Glengarry County. The site houses a unique collection...

Community Museum | Historic Building

Campbell House Museum - Toronto

Built in 1822, this historic house was the home of William Campbell, sixth Chief Justice of Upper Canada and his wife, Hannah. Saved by the Advocates' Society from demolition...

Historic Building | Art Museum / Gallery

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

Northern Ontario Railroad Museum & Heritage Centre - Capreol

1890 - 1990 Northern Ontario railroad memoribilia, a record of the railroads impact on early settlements of the area. The museum provides a nostalgic look at Northern ontario...

Railway Museum | Historic Building

Pump House Steam Museum - Kingston

A fine example of Victorian architecture, Kingston's first water pumping station was enlarged in 1889. The building contains restored cross-compound engines, the steam launch...

Historic Building | Science and Technology Museum

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