Petawawa Heritage Village
Welcome to the Petawawa Heritage Village, where we celebrate the settlement era and immigrant story of early Canada.
The Village is home to seven buildings that are open to the public: 1893 SS#3 Black Bay School House, 1910 Molson House, 1885 Lutheran Stable, Wood Working Shop, 1890 working Blacksmith Shop, 1850 Trapper Cabin, 1885 Leder Haus; and the 1880 CP Petawawa Railway Station. We also have an extensive collection of artifacts, as well as early farming equipment and logging tools. Our archives and collections focus on the stories of the German founding families, and stretch back thousands of years to the traditions and teachings of the First Nations people. Come in and connect with times gone by -- your memories will last a lifetime!
Admission: Adults: $6; Students and Children: $4; Children under 5: FREE
Season: Mid-May through October
May 26 thru August 31:
Tuesdays thru Saturdays 10:00 am to 4:00 pm.
Last guided tour begins at 3:00 pm.
September and October:
Monday 9 am to Noon or by appointment.
Open by appointment-only during the fall and winter months.