The Museum is currently closed for the winter season. Keep an eye on the Events page for information about the upcoming season.
The Museum will open again... in May of 2024
Victoria Day weekend until Thanksgiving weekend
Saturdays, Sundays & Holiday Mondays Noon to 4 pm
Admission is $5 Youth under 12, Free
The Museum is wheelchair accessible including an accessible washroom. There is accessible parking beside the front door. Two accessible entrances are available. A wheelchair accessible picnic table is on the grounds. Several chairs and benches are located throughout the Museum for rest spots.
The Middleville and District Museum started in an 1861 stone schoolhouse in the village of Middleville, Ontario. The museum building expanded in the 1970s and again in 2013 to over 5000 square feet to accommodate its extensive collection of local artifacts which include a pioneer cabin, pioneer tools, horse drawn hearse, 1922 Model T Ford, woven textiles, agricultural implements, household items and an entire classroom! The Indigenous, Blacksmith, Cobbler, Carpenter, General Store, World War and Church exhibits are visitor favourites. The Museum is home to a large collection of local archival and genealogical records. Come step into the past and explore pioneer history.
While we are closed, be sure to explore our different webpages to discover what the Museum has to offer. There are still many ways for young and old to engage with the Middleville and District Museum online. Click on the pictures below to explore.