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Brockville Museum

Public Programs

The Brockville Museum offers a variety of programs geared to an adult audience throughout the year.  These include workshops, lectures and seminars on a range of topics.

Talk and Tea: Second Thursday of each month:

Join us for tea at 2 pm on the second Thursday of each month for an engaging discussion on local historical themes.  Free for museum members; only $2 for non-members.

Click here for PDF Upcoming Talk and Tea Topics

Summer Walking Tours

Explore Brockville's history beyond the museums walls with our interpreter-lead 1.5 hour walking tours.  All tours depart from the Brockville Museum and go rain or shine. Tours are $8/person.

Brockville's Criminal Past Walking Tours (Fridays in July and August)
Investigate Brockville's "criminal past" on the Brockville Museum's historical downtown walking tour. The tours will be hosted at 3:00 and 7:00 p.m. each Friday from July 6th until August 31st and run rain or shine.  Parental discretion is advised.

NEW for 2018!  Waterfront Sunset Tours
The St. Lawrence River has always held a special place in Brockville history. Starting August 1st join us at the Brockville Museum at 7pm for our new Waterfront Sunset Tour, discover how the waterfront and river have shaped Brockville, and end the tour with a spectacular 1000 Islands sunset. 

Annual Adult Lecture Series: February and first week of March

Join us Tuesday mornings at 10 am in February and the first week in March for this very popular annual event.  Guest lecturers present on a wide range of topics.  Speakers and topics are announced early in the new year.

Click here SOON for 2018 PDF Lecture Series Listing 

Seaway Ship Enthusiasts

Interested in the history of the Seaway and/or the ships that travel it?  You?re not alone.  Join the Seaway Ship Enthusiasts several times a year to explore this unique history and share stories.  $3.50/person.

Next Meeting: June 14, 2018 @ 7 pm. Tonight's presenter is Mayor of Edwardsburgh/Cardinal Pat Sayeau who will be giving an update about what is going on the the Port of Johnstown.