The Uxbridge Historical Centre (UHC) collects, preserves, and displays artifacts, documents, and photographs related to the history of the Uxbridge area. The UHC consists of more than 6,000 artifacts and 10 buildings on a 5 acre site overlooking the beautiful Uxbridge Valley and Oak Ridges Moraine.
The life of the early settler comes alive at the UHC. Locally-made agricultural equipment, machinery, and tools, as well as pianos, organs, and other musical instruments are just a few examples of the UHC’s varied collections of artifacts and displays.
- Guided Tour
- Wheelchair Access
The Uxbridge Historical Centre is next to the Off-Leash Dog Park!
The Historical Centre is the site of the first school in the township, built in 1817!
Lucy Maud Montgomery, the author of the Anne of Green Gables series, lived only a few kilometers away from the current site of the Uxbridge Historical Centre.
Uxbridge is the Trail Capital of Ontario and the museum grounds are surrounded by the Quaker Trail.
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