Waba Cottage Museum and Gardens
Here in the early 1800s, Scottish Clan Chief Archibald McNab ruled with an iron fist. He treated settlers as feudal serfs for 18 years.
His stone house, Waba Cottage was blown up into a heap of rubble 101 years later. In 1967, Canada's 100 birthday, the Museum was built as a Centennial project. Over the years, log buildings and beautiful gardens were added. Today, in one of the most beautiful settings anywhere, we offer five restored historic buildings. eleven beautiful gardens, picnic facilities and handicap access. Groups and Bus Tours welcome.
Admission: Adults: $2; Family: $5; Children 12 years and under: Free
Season: Victoria Day Weekend through Thanksgiving Day Weekend
Victoria Day weekend to Labour Day weekend
7 days a week: 10:00 am to 4:30 pm
Labour Day weekend to Thanksgiving weekend
Wednesdays - Sundays: 10:00 am to 4:30 pm