Raising a Glass for the Brockville Museum - Tuesday, July 16, 2019!
Join us for this highly-anticipated fundraiser that highlights some of our best locally produced foods and beverages. Enjoy live entertainment while sampling a variety of tasty treats! Details and ticket prices to be announced shortly.
Talk & Tea! The 2nd Thursday of every month! 2 p.m. in the Carriage Hall. Admission $5 (only $3 for museum members).
- July 11: Phillips cables
- August 8: Boat Building in Brockville
- September 12: Brockville's Social Clubs
- October 10: A History of Brockville's Parks
- November 14: Brockville's Early Industries
- December 12: A History of Shopping Downtown
go to Talk & Tea for the entire 2019 program listings.
*topics may be subject to change
Brockville's Criminal Past Walking Tours - Thursdays 3 p.m. & Fridays 7 p.m. June 20 - August 23
Explore Brockville's criminal past on the Brockville Museum's downtown walking tour. Hear some of the curious accounts from trials held at the local courthouse; learn about one of the largest bank heists in Canadian history, and discover exactly what happened to John Simpson's skin, among other true stories.
Experienced and entertaining historical interpreters will be your hosts on this 90 minute journey. Tickets are only $8 per person and are available for purchase through SNAP'D or in person at the Brockville Museum. Parental discretion is advised. All tours begin and end at the Museum.
Historic Waterfront Walking Tours - Thursdays 7 p.m. & Fridays 3 p.m. June 20 - August 23
The St. Lawrence River has always held a special place in Brockville's history. Once our industrial core, our shores have been transformed into the city's recreational heart. Let one of the Brockville Museum's entertaining and informed historical interpreters tell you some of the fascinating stories about our treasured waterfront.
Tours are approximately 90 minutes in length. Tickets are only $8 per person and are available for purchase through or in person at the Brockville Museum. All tours begin and end at the Museum.
Heritage Skills Workshops - September 25, October 30, & November 27, 2019
Intimate hands-on workshops allow participants to explore largely-forgotten skills and techniques. Workshops take place the last Wednesday on the month September through November where you will have the chance to learn these once common-place skills in an informal and friendly environment with museum educator Peggy Hause.
2019 Kitsch & Collectibles Silent Auction: Friday, October 4, 12 noon - 4 p.m. & Saturday, October 5, 10 a.m. - 2 p.m.
What treasures will you find? This annual Silent Auction organized by the Friends of the Brockville Museum features a variety of antiques and collectibles donated for the purposes of the silent auction by our community. Donations of quality items (of the kitsch and collectible variety) are always welcomed.
Annual Winter Lecture Ser
Enjoy inspiring guest speakers who will be presenting on a variety of unique themes in Canadian culture and history in this series of five lectures. The list of speakers will be announced in early January. For an idea of what we offer, go to 2019 Winter Lecture Series program.
Friends of the Brockville Museum Used Book Sale - annually each spring
Come browse our selection of quality used books donated by our community. Always a great selection at amazing prices.