Exhibits

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Please note that in-house museum exhibits will be available by appointment starting Oct. 22, 2020. Please also visit Outdoor Plaques and Online Exhibits.

The Craigleith Heritage Depot - located between the building and the parking lot

Sir Sandford Fleming - located behind the outdoor sign facing Highway 26

The Petun Indigenous People - located a few steps down the trail that leads East from the parking lot

Fossils and natural history - Delphi Point Park

In the Museum Gallery

Local Petun Indigenous Villages Model - and 'Pathway' film!
Blue Mountain Pottery
Jozo Weider and Blue Mountain Resort
Stuck In A Rock: Oil Industry in Craigleith
The Mary Ward Shipwreck including ship model - and 'Mary Ward' film!
Trilobite viewing area
Petun Pottery
Sir Sandford Fleming: A Family Legacy in Craigleith
Local Military Heritage
Erskine Brown sculptures
Walter Trier works
Train History in Craigleith

Osler Castle mantle

Leonard E. Shore - Visit

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Literary Women of The Blue Mountains - Visit

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Beaver Valley Fall Fair - Visit

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Willi Winkels - Visit

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Walter Trier - Visit

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Our Military Heritage - Visit

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Samuel de Champlain - Visit

Niagara Escarpment - Visit

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Clarksburg Sesquicentennial - Virtual Museum of Canada

Samuel de Champlain's Writings
Historic Games
Charles Stuart: A Local Abolitionist
Earthenware Everywhere