Currently open
Tuesday 10:00 am-5:00 pm
Moreston Heritage Village
Currently open
Tuesday 11:00 am-4:30 pm
Currently open
Tuesday 10:00 am-5:00 pm

What's On

Castle Builder

May 27th, 2017 - January 6th, 2018

Builders of all ages are invited to explore, build and play in the traveling exhibition –Castle Builder! In this exhibit kids and their families are transported to a fanciful kingdom where they too can become castle builders, building their own toy castle brick by brick.

Mid-Autumn Moon Celebration

Join us for Mid-Autumn Moon; a festival partnership with the Grey Bruce Chinese Culture and Heritage Association!

Seniors' Lecture Series: It's Me for the Inland Lakes

Folksinger and former marine museum curator Ian Bell presents a program of traditional songs and tunes from the days of sail on the Great Lakes, on guitar, concertina, banjo and harmonica. Ian will accompany his presentation with a slide show of historic images of ships, sailors and Great Lakes ports.

Halloween Super Science Show

October 28th, 2017 - October 28th, 2017
Join us for a spook-tacular day of crafts, story-telling, and an amazing Halloween Super Science Show presented by Safari Science! Tickets available soon!

Nahnebahwequay – Standing up to Colonial Injustice

In 1860 a courageous Ojibwe (Mississauga) woman, Nahnebahwequay, or “Nahnee”, known in English as Catharine Sutton, crossed the North Atlantic. She presented important land claims to Queen Victoria at Buckingham Palace.  In honour of Donald B.

Mollie Wilson - Archives Volunteer

Grey Battalions in the Great War

Beginning of the European War

Great Britain declared war against Germany on August 4, 1914. The Dominion of Canada was a colony of the British Empire. As such, Canada automatically became at war with Germany too. Many Canadians, especially in Ontario, wanted to help.

Grey Roots

Black History in Grey County

Black citizens have been a part of Grey County, since the very first non-Native settlers arrived in the northernmost part of the Queen's Bush. Some of these early pioneers were born in Canada, whilst others had only recently slipped the bonds of slavery in the Upper South.

Grey Roots