Our site contains an 1889 Quaker Meetinghouse, a blacksmith shop,
an 1813-16 saltbox farmhouse, a turn-of-the-century Quaker schoolhouse, and two
barns, devoted to the agricultural and dairy heritage of the region.
The museum building has a large meeting area for groups as you come in the front door.
Some of the exhibits inside the museum building are listed on the
Other exhibit areas around the site are found on the HOME
page of the website.
The archives has a room for genealogy/local history research on the south side
of the archives building and a work room on the north side of the building.
Both the archives and museum buildings have washroom facilities with the
museum's being accessible. The museum is wheelchair
accessible and the archives opened its new ramp in the summer 2016. The Gore
Methodist/United church was moved to the museum site and is available for wedding
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Last Updated: 09 Mar 2018