Address5 Henry St. Brockville, ON K6V 6M4Telephone Number613-342-4397Emailmuseum@brockville.com
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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.

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COVID-19 Update: The Museum is open Wednesday-Saturday 10am-4pm. The Museum staff and volunteer team will continue to wear masks until further notice, the public is not required to wear a mask, but are encouraged to do so.

For questions about current museum protocols, please call the museum: 613-342-4397.

From the City of Brockville:

Aligned with the Province of Ontario’s lifting of most COVID-19 public health restrictions, the City of Brockville has removed the mandatory masking at all indoor municipal facilities effective March 21, 2022. Visitors to public spaces within City facilities will not be required to wear a mask but may do so. This includes the City Hall, Brockville Arts Centre, Brockville Museum, Memorial Centre, and Gord Watts Municipal Centre.

While COVID-19 operational health measures/restrictions are lifted in City facilities, users are kindly asked to continue to follow precautionary protocols such as:

  • staying home when sick
  • self-monitoring for symptoms and masking if you have been exposed to a close contact
  • use hand sanitizer provided at facility entrances
  • sneezing/coughing into your sleeve
  • avoiding touching your eyes, nose and mouth
  • frequent handwashing/disinfection and
  • staying away from those that are sick

While masking will no longer be a requirement within the facilities, patrons who wish to wear a mask while in the facilities are encouraged to do so. We ask everyone to be respectful, kind and courteous to those who have chosen to wear a mask.

If you experience symptoms or live with a person experiencing COVID symptoms and are unsure what to do, please visit the Ontario Ministry of Health website at COVID-19 Integrated Testing & Case, Contact and Outbreak Management Interim Guidance: Omicron Surge (gov.on.ca) for isolation guidance or contact Leeds, Grenville and Lanark Health Unit: https://healthunit.org/




Hours & Admission 

Current Hours: Wednesday-Saturday 10am-4pm.

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.


Visitor Guidelines

To ensure that everyone's visitor experience is maximized, please consult Visitor Guidelines for information regarding the museum's code of conduct and safety protocols.


Gift Shop

The Friends of the Brockville Museum operate a small gift shop at the Brockville Museum.  A small number of books relating to Brockville's history are available. Proof of vaccination is required to enter; alternatively, curb-side pick-up can be arranged.  To see the titles for sale click on books available.

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