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Celebrating Ontario's rich dairy & agricultural history, through contemporary, engaging exhibits and education programs

Celebrating Ontario's rich dairy & agricultural history, through contemporary, engaging exhibits and education programs

From what started 30+ years ago as a passion project by a dairy farming couple from Holland (who'd personally collected over 16,000 artifacts!), our museum has evolved into a multi-faceted education centre, featuring brand new classroom/meeting facilities, acres of event fields and trails, camping/cabin accommodations and a robust education program for groups of all ages and abilities.

Click HERE to learn more about the Museum's history!

About the Museum

"Lots of fun for the family!"

- Bruce, Port Burwell

Hours

2020 Season hours: 

 

May 16th - September 6th:       Thursday - Sunday:

                                                      11 am-4 pm

 

September - May:                  Closed for drop-ins, however, 

                                                  off-season tours/visits can easily

                                                  be arranged by appointment.

Please contact the museum to arrange tours/visits outside of regular operating hours.

Admission

Adults:                                    $ 5
Children:                                $ 3
Teachers /Homeschool:       See "School Programs" for rates.
Groups & Families               Contact us for group rates.                                                        

"Great collection and tour! Thanks for your Guides!"

- London Newcomers Club

Eating & Refreshments
Please note that there is no cafeteria/food service on site.
 
You are welcome to bring your own packed lunches/meals to enjoy in our indoor eating area or at our outdoor picnic table area.

 

Parking

We offer plenty of onsite parking at no cost. Also, we have ample space to accommodate buses.
Driving Directions



Please note that GPS will often take you through the back roads, however the easiest way to reach us is via Elgin Road/County Rd.73

 Routes:

From Windsor, or London:

Take Hwy 401 to Exit 203, Elgin Road. 

South on Elgin Rd 73, follow to Jamestown Line, turn right.

Follow for 4 km to arrive at museum.

From Toronto:

Take 401 to Exit 203, Elgin Road.

South on Elgin Road 73 to Jamestown Line, turn right.

Follow for 4 km to arrive at museum.

“Very engaging scavenger hunts as creative ways to explore the museum and review information learned.”

- Sabrina, TVDSB Grade 2 Teacher

“The best part about the trip was the forest because it’s a one of a kind Carolinian forest. I never get to be outside as much as I am here!” 

- Batoul, Grade 3 Student

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1-888-773-2955 ​​ 

48075 Jamestown Line R.R. #2, Aylmer ON N5H 2R2