A visit to the Brockville Museum offers a glimpse into the social and industrial history of Ontario's first incorporated town. Through a variety of thematic and interpretive displays the Brockville Museum shares the stories of the people who have shaped this riverfront community for over 200 years. We recommend setting aside an hour to explore our fully-accessible galleries.
Breaking news! The Brockville Museum's most ambitious exhibit to date "Painting Picnic with Prudence Heward", opening Spring 2020, needs your help! Choose a sponsorship level that suits your needs and help us make this exhibit happen! For more information please click here (pdf).
Hours & Admission
Labour Day - Victoria Day Weekend: Monday - Friday 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. (closed on statutory holidays except Labour Day,Family Day, Victoria Day)*
*Please note that access the Carriage Hall will not be accessible to visitors on Tueaday mornings until noon from Feb. 4 - Mar. 3 due to the museum's lecture series)
Victoria Day Weekend - Labour Day (including statutory holidays): Monday - Saturday 10 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Admission is by donation (cash or debit/credit card are welcome)
Location & Parking
5 Henry Street, Brockville, Ontario, Canada K6V 6M4
44°35'10.67" N 75°41'12.17" W
There are three 2-hour free parking spaces on Henry Street in front of the museum and four museum only free parking spaces next to the museum in the municipal parking lot. There is also free parking at the far south end of the municipal parking lot next to the museum. There are many 2-hour free parking spaces throughout downtown Brockville.
The Friends of the Brockville Museum operate a small gift shop at the museum featuring books on local history and unique hand-made items. All proceeds support the Friends of the Brockville Museum.