Ontario Museums

An Ontario museum visit will enhance your vacation experience and provide you with a sense of pride and enthusiasm about Ontario’s historic and cultural activities in resort destinations north of Toronto. Museums exist across the province and give a detailed history of the Province of Ontario. Canada’s Military Museums give a historic perspective related to the growth of Canada. May is Museum month in Ontario, with May 18 as International Museum Day.

Ontario’s cultural and historic significance begins in rural settings throughout the province.  Many resort and lakeside destinations were first to develop as the only mode of transportation was the canoe or kayak.  Spring fever and a desire for a canoe or kayak getaway is deeply rooted int the Canadian psyche.  Corduroy roads followed usually for Military reasons going back to the early protection and the War of 1812. See Ontario Military Museums.  

S.S. Keewatin Starburst icon representing membership level: Gold+

SS Keewatin steamship

Experience the grace and power of luxury travel at the dawn of the twentieth century. The world’s last UK-built Edwardian-era passenger steamship, S.S. Keewatin is a time capsule of the elegance and engineering achieved in the same period that spawned Titanic: all original, remarkably preserved.

In 2018 we’re Open Every Day, from Thursday May 24 through Monday October 8 (Thanksgiving Day). Guided tours launch every half hour between 10 am and 3:30 pm.

Tours: Upper Decks 60 min. $15.00, Engine Room 30 min $7.50, Combination 90 min. $20.00. HST extra. Not wheelchair accessible. Kids 15 & under are FREE with an accompanying fare-paying Adult. Gift Shop, Washrooms, Free Parking. Picnic Tables. Prearranged Group Tours & School Tours.

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Address:

311 Talbot Street
Port McNicoll, ON  L0K 1R0

Telephone:

1-855-533-9284

sskeewatin.com

info@sskeewatin.com

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Huronia Museum Starburst icon representing membership level: Bronze

Huronia Museum

Huronia Museum is located in Midland, Ontario, Canada. It features a replica of a “pre-contact” Huron/Ouendat village, including a lookout tower, wigwam and a full-size longhouse.

The museum also features an exhibit gallery featuring tens of thousands of historic artifacts ranging from photographs, native archaeology and art by members of the Group of Seven, and others.

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Address:

549 Little Lake Park Drive
Midland, ON  L4R 4P4

Telephone:

(705) 526-7838

http://huroniamuseum.com/

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