Operated by Rolph, Buchanan, Wylie and McKay Historical Society

Our museum contains a unique collection of artifacts and photographs dating back to the 1800s , illustrating the history of the Municipality of Laurentian Hills in the Upper Ottawa Valley, and Aboriginal artefacts that date as far back as 4000 years

Lumbering is a major component but the museum also interprets many facets of local history such as Hydro Electric and Nuclear Power development, railroads, pioneer farming, highway construction, and First Nation artefacts. Social institutions, schools, churches, Scouting, Women's Institutes, are represented. The authentic Log House is fully furnished.

Admission: Adults $5.00, 6 to 17 - $3.00, Under 6 free
Season: 1 July to 25 August, Friday thru Tuesday
Hours: 10:00 am to 4:00 pm

35753 Highway 17
Laurentian Hills ON
K0J 1P0
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(613) 589-2546