Allan Macpherson House
A Georgian house built in 1826, and includes images, history, events, and teacher's corner located at Napanee.
Features memories of Lucy Maud Montgomery, famous for writing Anne of Green Gables. Bala, Ontario. Includes hours, rates, photos and details of exhibits, directions and a map to the location in Muskoka.
Battlefield House Museum
The homestead of the widow Mary Jones Gage and her two children, James and Elizabeth, who journeyed to the area from New York State in 1790 and was headquarters of the invading American troops who occupied the house, includes programs and events located at Stoney Creek.
Bethune Memorial House National Historic Site
The birthplace of the renowned Canadian doctor, Norman Bethune built in 1880 and served as the manse of Knox Presbyterian Church, and includes a list of fees and hours with location at Gravenhurst.
Originally a one story Regency style cottage in 1847 and later as a two story Italianate styled house complete with nine rooms includes a gallery comprises four rooms of archival photos and interactive exhibits.
Pennsylvania German architecture style home built in 1850 exhibits Mennonite furnishings during the 1850-90 period. Includes hours, admission fees, and directions to its location in Waterloo.
Complete with 98 rooms, decorated suites, secret passages, stately towers, estate gardens and luxurious stables built by Sir Henry Pellat between 1911 - 1914 offers daily self-guided audio tours in 8 languages, events, and gift shop located in Toronto.
The 1877 grand Italianate designed home of James Livingston, Canada’s Flax Mill King that includes history, exhibits and events, programs, and gift shop located at Baden.
Farmhouse with a Georgian exterior was built by the David Gibson family in 1851, and includes a schedule and directions located at Toronto.
Hutchison House Museum
Owned and operated by the Peterborough Historical Society, depicting pioneer life in Ontario 1840-1860. Includes events, workshops, and location.
Joseph Schneider Haus Museum and Gallery
House museum with galleries and archives dedicated to the heritage of Kitchener. Includes details of exhibits, hours, admissions, and location.
A Greek Revival row house, purchased by the community for Mackenzie who was the first Mayor of Toronto, an outspoken newspaper editor and leader of the 1837 Upper Canada Rebellion, and includes a schedule and directions located in Toronto.
Museums of Burlington
Comprises the Joseph Brant Home, Mohawk Leader, and Ireland House built between 1835-1837 by Joseph Ireland, and includes events, exhibits, and programs.
Oshawa Community Museum and Archives
Comprises of Guy, Henry and Robinson homes in Lakeview Park on the shore of Lake Ontario in Oshawa. Includes events, projects, membership information, and location.
Park House Museum
Home built in 1790's was originally located near Detroit, dismantled and moved to present location in Amherstburg. Includes description of house, heritage and area exhibits, school programs and directions.
The former home of the Thompson family who owned the site from the 1840's until 1993 was a country estate and working farm and overlooks the banks of the Grand River, includes hours, building and landscape information, projects, events, and photos located at Cayuga.