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Muskoka Lakes Museum

Beautifully located beside the locks in Port Carling, Muskoka Lakes Museum is an independent non-profit museum, focusing on the cultural history of the Muskoka Lakes.

Interactive exhibits, museum-wide scavenger hunts, and our Flashback Fun Days kids programing are featured throughout the season. Encounter ancient artifacts from the region’s First Nations people, relive the pioneer era in our 100 year-old log cabin, and experience resort and cottage life from the past to the present.

Regular summer events include our Buttertart Festival, Wednesday night lecture series, Port Carling Walking tours, and ArtiFact or Fiction gala fundraiser. We also host open houses on Canada Day, Thanksgiving weekend, and during Culture Days in September.

Open from the Victoria Day weekend until Thanksgiving.

Admission: $5 Adults, $4 Seniors/students, $16 Families. Children 5 and under are FREE. Group rates and tours on request.

For more information, visit their website


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