- Digital Doors Open
- Guided tours available
- Partial wheelchair access
- Self-guided tours available
- Photography allowed
- Collections and resources
The Museum on the Boyne houses a large collection of household, agricultural, industrial and archival artifacts with exhibits that trace the growth of South Simcoe from its early settlement to present day. It features a 1914 agricultural fair building, an 1865 log house and an 1858 barn. Come for a tour, explore the site and check out the gift shop!
Since 1960, the Museum on the Boyne has shared stories of the people and places that make up South Simcoe. In 2020, the museum celebrated its 60th anniversary (see the video below to explore digitally) with exhibits that trace the growth of South Simcoe from early settlement to present day — featuring a 1914 agricultural fair building, an 1865 log house, and an 1858 barn. Stop by to learn about D.A. Jones — the Bee King of Canada.
Contact info250 Fletcher Crescent
ArchitectureYear built: 1914
Building type:Historical houseMuseum
Dates/hours openAug 26, 10:00am - Aug 27, 03:30pm
Saturday and Sunday: 10 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.