Museums for Kids in Ontario

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    The Chatham Railroad Museum is located in the antique Canadian National Baggage Car 9626. It displays railway artifacts and interactive displays that allow visitors to get a hands-on experience of railway culture. The museum is open for the summer season between June and August.Admission is free but donations are always welcome. The museum is open for walk-in tours during the summer season, and tours by appointment in the off-season. The museum staff also provide an Outreach Program for groups... Read more

    National award-winning restoration and conversion of an 1880s stone mill into an arts centre. Visitors can discover and purchase art, fine crafts, jewellery and woodworks from artists and artisans in working studios or from one of our four galleries. Ongoing activities include art and lifestyle workshops and classes, public events and private functions. Enjoy the environment of the mill, its history and its waterside setting, dine in a unique atmosphere and or host your own celebration or corporate... Read more

    Just imagine! 12, 000 square feet of history in 12 "rooms", each room showing one aspect of life in the Sables-Spanish Rivers area, starting from the Anishnawbek people to a grocery store and photography store in the early 1900's. There are special events all year long, including the Jessie Burnside Memorial Art Show in August, children's programs, craft sales, bake sales and more. A gift shop offers the work of local artists, artisans and writers. We are a fully accessible facility with wheelchair... Read more

    The RMG is a vibrant, engaging public art museum located in Oshawa’s civic centre. An external agency of The City of Oshawa, the RMG is the largest gallery in Durham Region, and occupies an inspired 36,000 square foot building designed by noted architect Arthur Erickson. Featuring a Permanent Collection of over 4,500 works, and five galleries of diverse and changing contemporary and historical exhibitions, the RMG holds an important collection of modern Canadian abstraction and the largest holdings... Read more

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    The Minden Hills Cultural Centre is a 4 acre area in downtown Minden that houses the Agnes Jamieson Gallery, the Minden Hills Museum, Nature’s Place and the Minden Hills Branch of the Haliburton County Public Library. The Agnes Jamieson Gallery is a public art gallery offering visual art exhibitions year-round. The gallery’s collection consists primarily of artwork by Andre Lapine. Minden Hills Museum & Pioneer Village reflects pioneer life in the mid to late 19th Century. It consists of seven... Read more

    Come visit the Collingwood Museum and explore the history of Collingwood. Set sail with 150 years of marine heritage! There is a "Ship Sidelaunch" every 15 minutes. The Museum offers exhibits, special events, education programs, archives and research facilities, reproduction service as well as a gift shop. A variety of exhibits throughout the year make the Museum a prime learning opportunity for anyone wishing to learn about the heritage of Collingwood. Read more

    Live the story of ANNE of GREEN GABLES at Bala's Museum. Kids dress up in costumes during guided tour. Photo opportunities include Mathew's wagon, Anne & Diana's tea party. See the world's largest replica Green Gables dollhouse. Gift Shop has Raspberry Cordial, Anne dolls, Lucy Maud Montgomery books & souvenirs. EVERYTHING ANNE DAY Tues July 25th. Three-legged, sack & egg-on-a-spoon races. and a pea-shooting contest. Free cake and popcorn. Admission $5.99 person, $19.99 family of 4. Read more

    Wallaceburg is a beautiful town on the banks of the Sydenham River with a rich heritage from its pioneer founding as the Baldoon Settlement. See Wallaceburg’s Industrial Revolution with the rise of Canada and Dominion Sugar Company, the Wallaceburg Brass Company and the Sydenham Glass Company. Witness the supernatural of the Baldoon Mystery. Come and view some of our 85,000 artifacts and learn more about this town's rich history. There is also an Art gallery where local artists display their... Read more

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    Learn about the unique human and natural history of Lambton County. Explore eight buildings; including slaughterhouse, blacksmith shop, school and pioneer home. Discover the only remaining horse-drawn ambulance in Ontario, the largest collection of pressed glass water pitchers in Canada and a notable collection of early 19th century furniture. See rare John Goodison steam engines and a collection of stoves made by the Doherty Stove Co. The museum contains activities for children and a gift shop... Read more

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    Come into our galleries to explore the economic lives of Canadians, travel through the history of money and discover the role the Bank of Canada plays in helping the Canadian economy run smoothly. See the economy from a whole new perspective—yours. Read more

    Westfield is a stunning collection of over 35 historical buildings which has made Westfield one of the most interesting historical destinations in Ontario. Carefully restored and staffed with costumed interpreters, the buildings capture the true charm and spirit of early Canadian culture Visitors may witness living history demonstrations and take part in guided tours of the 130-hectare site which is bordered by beautiful woodlands, meadows and trails. EDUCATION Westfield also offers a variety... Read more

    Billy Bishop Home & Museum, located in Owen Sound, Ontario, was built in 1884 and showcases the Bishop family history.  It is also the boyhood home of Air Marshal William Avery “Billy” Bishop VC, CB, DSO & Bar, MC, DFC, ED, the charismatic hero of the Great War.  The Museum offers many community programs and events during the year. Visit our website to access the current information. An adventurous, mischievous, and restless spirit, Billy was driven to be the best in all he did. Discover... Read more

    Cambridge Butterfly Conservatory is a privately owned Canadian Corporation and derives its income solely from admissions, gift shop and café sales, and facility rentals. The Conservatory does not receive any financial support from the government. Situated on a 107 acre site which includes the environmental sensitive Kossuth Bog, the 25,000 square foot facility includes a 10,800 square foot indoor tropical garden featuring 1000’s of free flying butterflies from all over the world, over 100 different... Read more

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