Portrays Cottage Country’s unique history. Interactive displays and children’s activities, illuminating lectures, intriguing walking tours and special events, such as our ButterTart Festival on Saturday, July 15th 2017
Other events for 2017 include: Canada Day Open House, with bivouac, (historic military encampment) — there’ll be refreshments and FREE Birthday cake, as well. Try Time Travelling @ the Museum during the Culture Days wkd. for a ‘Put yourself in the Picture’ activity Sept. 29 to October 1st. Join us our Thanksgiving Open House, Saturday, October 7th and Sunday October 8th for apple pressing, corn husk doll making, wool spinning, and other pioneer craft demonstrations.
Come in to see our local Portrait Gallery exhibit — personalities of the past — to celebrate Canada’s 150th birthday in 2017.
Gift shop with Muskoka books, souvenirs and kids stuff.
The Muskoka Lakes Museum is situated in the centre of the village of Port Carling, located on scenic James Bartleman Island Park, adjacent to both the large and small locks. Picnic tables and washroom facilities are located on the island, which is approached by a footbridge.