The Buxton National Historic Site & Museum’s primary concern is the preservation of the history and material artifacts of the original settlers of the Elgin (Buxton) Settlement and their descendants. We aim to promote public awareness and understanding of the role of the African Canadians in the building of our nation.
Buxton National Historic Site and Museum
- 21975 A D Shadd Rd, Merlin, ON N0P 1W0, Canada
- Monday-Sunday 10:30-4:30
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- Guided Tour
- National Historic Site
- Wheelchair Access
21975 A D Shadd Rd, Merlin, ON N0P 1W0, Canada
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