Architecture

Architecture

Uncle Tom's Cabin

Explore the Uncle Tom’s Cabin Historic Site and learn the history and heritage of Ontario’s...

Moore Museum

Take a stroll around the heritage village of Moore Museum and discover the history of Mooretown. The site is home to 12 historic buildings where visitors can experience first hand historic...

Fort Carlton Provincial Park

Fort Carlton Provincial Park is the original site of a Hudson's Bay Company fur-trading outpost that was in operation between 1810 and 1885. Today, visitors to the park will see a reconstructed...

Victoria School Museum

Erected in 1872 originally as a town-hall and lockup, the Victoria School Museum in Carleton Place is an impressive two-storey Beckwith Township limestone structure and it served as a public...

Diefenbaker House Museum

Diefenbaker House Museum was originally built in 1912 and then purchased in 1947 by the former Prime Minister of Canada John Diefenbaker and his then wife Edna Diefenbaker. Located in Prince...

Port Moody Station Museum

Port Moody Station Museum is owned and operated by the Port Moody Heritage Society and it's purpose is to increase awareness and knowledge of Port Moody history and heritage. Located in Port Moody...

Grey Roots Museum & Archives

The Grey Roots Museum & Archives promotes preservation and understanding of the history and heritage of Grey County Ontario. Located south of...

Thomas Foster Memorial

The Thomas Foster Memorial is more than just a Mausoleum, it serves as a testament to the triumphs and tragedies of Thomas Foster, a local boy who went to the city to find his fortunes. This...