This 1840 United Empire Loyalist home is a federally registered museum which is furnished with practical and decorative items pertaining to the history of Cornwall and area. Rotating displays and knowledgeable tour guides keep the tours fresh and engaging. They share interesting stories as they recount the history of the founding of Upper Canada/Ontario.
Cornwall Community Museum in the Wood House
- Cultural Heritage Centre
- 160 Water Street West, Cornwall, ON, Canada
- 10:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
- (613) 936-0280
- Guided Tour
- Wheelchair Access
160 Water Street West, Cornwall, ON, Canada
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