COVID-19 Protocols: Please note that our volunteers will be wearing masks inside the Museum. Visitors are welcome to wear masks, but it will not be mandatory.
Check out our 'Events' page for details on special events all throughout the season.
One-of-a-Kind Walking Stick Draw
The original 'ironwood' stick was found by the late Basil Munro of Clayton and donated to the Middleville and District Museum. Bart McKay of Lanark crafted it into this 'one-of-a-kind' walking stick.
Alice Borrowman accepts the walking stick from Margaret Munro
Margaret Munro, wife of the late Basil Munro, donated the walking stick to the Middleville and District Museum to be used as a fundraiser. The Museum is grateful to the Munro Family for this donation.
The draw for this walking stick will take place at 3 pm on Sunday, October 9th,2022 at the Middleville and DistrictMuseum.
Tickets are on sale now. Get your tickets at the Museum or Clayton General Store.
Family Fun Events planned for October and November. Apple Cider Day in October and Christmas Card Family Photo Days in November. Check it out on our Events page for details.
The Middleville and District Museum started in an 1860s schoolhouse in the village of Middleville, Ontario. The museum building expanded in the 1970s and then again in 2013 to help accommodate its growing collection which includes a pioneer cabin, pioneer tools, horse drawn hearse, and an entire classroom! The Museum is home to an extensive collection of local artifacts, archival and genealogical records. Come step into the past and explore pioneer history.
Middleville and District Museum is a proud recipient of an Ontario Trillium Foundation grant.
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