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A rich past makes for an interesting day exploring our museums

Explore the history that helped shape our communities.

First settled by United Empire Loyalists and later by American and European pioneers, Lennox & Addington County is alive with reminders of a rich past. The family names of the earliest settlers endure and hundreds of grand Victorian homes and farmsteads still stand as symbols of an era of hard work and bustling growth. We invite you to tour our great County, and learn about the history that helped shape our communities into what they are today.

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From prehistoric times to the present – come see the historic exhibits and take part in the programing and events.

Allan Macpherson was one of the area’s most civic-minded and politically active entrepreneurs of the early 1800’s.

See where John Babcock designed his patented basket-making machinery in the early 1900’s at his mill and basket factory.

If you like WWI memorabilia, United Empire Loyalist & Native artifacts on display in this 1861 Town Hall.

Learn how this area evolved from its lumber industry beginnings, missing booms and the importance of tourism.

Come visit this beautiful Georgian-style home build in 1796 and fully furnished according to the Victorian era.

Listed as one of the 250 best examples of Canadian Architecture over the last 1,000 years.

Learn about the first settlement of 1789, Canada’s historic boast and see artifacts from Canada’s grain merchants.

Canada’s oldest Methodist building and the second oldest church is right here in Lennox and Addington, come check it out.

Visit the site where the very first United Empire Loyalists arrived in Ontario in June 1784.

Local tales about the warship that traveled the Great Lakes and the attack on the village during the War of 1812.

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