Collingwood Museum

Open for Self-Guided Tours • Tuesday - Saturday, 10:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. 

Admission to the Collingwood Museum is by donation with a suggested $4 donation per person.

Please note: high-touch exhibits that cannot be easily sanitized between tours have been removed.

On display until July 9!

A Place to Grow is an informative and visually stunning travelling exhibit from the Royal Botanical Gardens.  

Going to Seed is a new in-house exhibit that explores Collingwood’s early agriculture, the emergence of civic pride in property beautification, and the present-day popularity of community gardens.


The Collingwood Museum Summer Activity Kits Sold OutChildren's Programming

Museum programs are a fun way for children (ages 6-12) to spend an active and heritage-inspired morning. Participants enjoy exploring Collingwood's heritage through storytelling, craft-based activities and group games. 

Summer program registration OPEN NOW! Find the full program listing on the summer program guide

Register for Programs

 


Gift Shop

Curbside orders are processed by telephone and are subject to staff availability. Please note, prepayment is required, and same-day pick-up may not be possible.

Call 705-445-4811 Ext. 7211 to arrange curbside pick-up. 


Stories from Another Day - A Collingwood Museum Podcast 

Stories from Another Day travels through Collingwood's past to find the people, events and stories that made this town into the jewel it is today. Join the Collingwood Museum and host Ken Maher to explore over 160 years of tragedies and triumphs, disasters, and determination.  

Starting May 4, 2021, there will be a new episode every second Tuesday. 

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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 and photograph reproductions.