Champlain Trail Museum and Pioneer Village
Our collections include early settlement artifacts, an Indigenous archaeological collection, natural history artifacts and archival materials relevant to the history of Pembroke and area.
The Champlain Trail Museum preserves and presents the history of the Upper Ottawa Valley. Indoor exhibits include a replica of Champlain's astrolabe, Ottawa River paintings, Consolidated Lumber's steam engine, rotating displays interpreting Pembroke's history, and an original Cockburn pointer boat! Outside highlights include the former SS#1 Lowertown Schoolhouse, Micksburg pioneer church and a traditional log home.
Seniors (65+): $6
Children (6-12): $3
Children under 6: FREE
Season: Mid-May thru week of Thanksgiving
May 24th - June 30:
Mon to Fri. 10:30 am to 4:30 pm
July - August 28:
Mon to Sat, 10:30 am to 4:30 pm
September to First week of October:
Mon to Fri, 1:00 pm to 4:30 pm
NOTE: On Labour Day weekend the Museum is closed.
In the shoulder season (Oct. to April) the Museum is open by special event or group/Archives appointment only.