Ailsa Craig & District Museum

Région touristique : Southwestern Ontario

The Ailsa Craig & District Historical Society exists to preserve the material history of North Middlesex, formerly known as East and West Williams and McGillivray townships, and the communities of Ailsa Craig and Parkhill. The artifacts are exhibited in the Ailsa Craig Baptist Church, 159 George Street, adapted to re-use as a museum. The archival holdings are housed in a Research Room adjoining the Trinity Chapel at 158 Church Street, also in Ailsa Craig. The Historical Society is non-profit and all monies gained are used to preserve and maintain present holdings.



Adresse : 
159 George St
Ailsa Craig, Ontario
N0M 1A0

Téléphone : 5192939388
Télécopieur : 5192933678

Adresse postale : 
Ailsa Craig & District Museum
P.O. Box 292, Ailsa Craig, Ontario
N0M 1A0

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Heures d'ouverture

Période : By Appointment • Seasonal

Ouvert : Monday to Friday, 1-4 pm June to October
Sundays 1- 4 pm

Fermé : Lundi • Mardi • Mercredi • Jeudi • Vendredi • Samedi • Dimanche

Droits d'entrée

Droits d'entrée : Free
Donations are gratefully accepted.

Renseignements sur les collections

The collection includes local artifacts from North Middlesex homes, industries, and businesses. The region, located in south western Ontario, situated close to Sarnia, Windsor and the Niagara region has an extensive agricultural history, and was connected to these regions by rail.

Nombre approximatif d'objets ou de spécimens dans la collection : 5000


The Reading Room collection has local histories, photographs, family histories and local ephemera.

Cartographic Materials • Photographs


Culture :
Canadian • Aboriginal or First Nations • European

Période :

Média :
Photography • Prints and Drawings • Sketchbooks or Albums

Histoire humaine

Agriculture • Animal Husbandry • Archaeological Objects • Communications Devices • Costumes and Accessories • Furniture or Furnishings • Household Objects or Domestic Technology • Imaging : Film : Photographs : Video • Local History • Maps, Charts, Plans or Blueprints • Medals • Medical History and Technology • Memorabilia • Military History and Technology • Musical Instruments • Oral History • Printing and Bookbinding • Religious or Liturgical Objects • Sports Equipment • Toys and Games • Transportation

Services et activités

Depository for local artifacts and historical paper records of North Middlesex

Services de recherche

Collection of local history books, school records, church records, scrap books and family histories.

Archival Records • Genealogical Research

Information aux Visiteurs

Guided Tours : English • Meeting Room Rental • Parking Facilities : Free : Bus • Special Needs Facilities : Parking : Wheelchair access • Washrooms • Audio Guides : English

Services de bénévoles

Volunteer Services Available

Nombre de bénévoles : 40

Tâches : Volunteers assist in openings, collections management, and fundraising.

Avantages d'adhésion

Members are invited to monthly meetings, and recieve 4 newsletters per year.

Services Internet

General InformationCollectionsEventsDirections or MapLocal History

Liens touristiques locaux

Other Services

Publications et produits

Brochure of the Ailsa Craig Walking Tour is available at the museum and the reading room.

Newsletters • Commemorative Souvenirs • Tour Packages