Collingwood Museum

Self-guided tours, available by appointment! 

Groups will be limited to 10 individuals and only one group will be permitted to book for a single tour time. Appointments will be available on the hour, between 10:00 a.m. and 3:00 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday, lasting 45 minutes in duration.

For the safety of visitors and staff, please note the following changes:

  • All tours must be booked in advance
  • A mask must be worn at all times within the building
  • Visitors must follow a defined pathway through the exhibit gallery
  • All high-touch exhibits that cannot be easily sanitized between tours have been removed
  • Public washrooms will not be available, so please plan accordingly

Admission to the Collingwood Museum is by donation, with a suggested $3 donation per person.

Museum staff will be available to receive bookings at 705-445-4811 Ext 7211.

 


Collection and Research 

The museum houses an archival collection that is accessed by researchers from around the world. Photographs of Great Lakes vessels, Collingwood’s historic homes, downtown, and early industries are amongst the most popular items. 

 

Contact museum staff to learn about more research services.  

 

 


Gift Shop 

No visit is complete without browsing the Museum’s quaint gift shop. It’s a popular stop for visitors and locals alike. You will find a wide selection of books, games, clothing, small gifts, prints, postcards, and more.

We are now pleased to offer curbside pick-up services. Curbside orders will be processed by telephone and are subject to staff availability. All pick-ups will be appointment-based, at the Museum’s entrance on Veteran’s Crescent. Please note, prepayment is required, and same-day pick-up may not be possible.

 


Events 

Shipyard Social - Virtual Edition 

Saturday, September 12 marked the 34th anniversary of the Collingwood Shipyards' closure and would have been the date for the annual Shipyard Social. 

To honour the event in a virtual format, Museum staff and Rogers tv have joined forces to ensure that the spirit and history of the shipyard is shared with the viewing public. The special feature will combine the Collingwood Museum's 1994 production of Collingwood Shipyard Trades alongside launch footage from Rogers' video archives. 

A full listing of air times for the month of September can be found at www.rogerstv.com. The special can also be watched free of charge on the website. 

 


Children's Programming

The Collingwood Museum offers fun and educational programming for children. For information on our PA Day, March Break, and Summer Programming please email museum@collingwood.ca

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