Osgoode Township Museum
Address7814 Lawrence St, Vernon, ON K0A 3J0, Canada
Phone+1 613-821-4062

The Osgoode Township Historical Society & Museum traces its founding back to November 23, 1972, when the first meeting to organize “The New Horizons Historical Group” was held. Their purpose in establishing this group was to do research, create interest, collect data, preserve and publish the history of Osgoode Township and the genealogy of its residents.

It has been serving the Ottawa community since 1973. Their focus is on the agricultural and rural heritage of Ottawa, with the main exhibition space displaying the incredible story of our township and its people. The museum also hosts a variety of family-friendly online workshops, talks, and programs.

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