Polish Kashub Heritage Museum
Our open-air ethnographic museum was built by the Wilno Heritage Society in dedication to Canada's unique Polish Kashub cultural heritage.
The Polish Kashub Heritage Museum/Park/Skansen (open-air ethnographic museum) tells the story of their lives in Canada using artifacts, antique Wilno furniture, machinery, tools, buildings and homestead stones. Old and new buildings in a beautiful park setting. Colourful Kashubian revival costumes, pottery and embroidery. Resource Library with a large family history section.
Admission: By Suggested Donation: $2/adult, $1/child
Season: June thru September
Open every day in July and August: 11am to 5pm
Open weekends in June and September: 11am to 5pm