We’re Back!

The Haliburton Highlands Museum is open for our summer season and we’re so excited to welcome you! We ask that you please wear a mask in all of the museum’s indoor spaces, sanitize your hands on arrival and remember to keep a distance of two metres from anyone not in your party. Please be aware that we’re collecting contact details from our visitors in case they are ever needed for contact tracing. This summer, you can explore our main gallery, featuring displays about topics as varied as the history of lumbering, the rise of tourism in our community and the history of local businesses. Our historic farmstead is also open to explore. Reid House, the historic house located next to our main gallery isn’t open this season, however, as its layout isn’t suited to physical distancing.

We’ll also be starting to resume in person programming during the the month of August. We’d love to have you join one of our historic walking tours (details in our events section.) Check us out on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram for details of other pop-up programs as they become available!