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Brockville Museum, Brockville

Categories: Specialty Museums, Museums
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4.3/5 based on 20+ reviews on the web
The Brockville Museum is committed to preserving and promoting the history of Brockville through continuing quality exhibits and educational programs. The museum activities are strongly supported by an expanding collection of related artifacts and archival material representing this community’s heritage. The Brockville Museum grows with, and for the community, providing a source of knowledge on the heritage of Brockville for present and future generations.

Brockville’s history is one of prominent manufacturers, formidable wealth, fascinating historical figures and vivacious ordinary people all interconnected by a dynamic river. Visitors and residents are invited to explore this intriguing past through permanent exhibits and changing thematic displays at the Brockville Museum. Discover the many objects once made in Brockville like the Atlas automobile, Stetson hats and the Smart’s frying pan or reminisce about social activities and clubs of by- gone days. The museum displays hundreds of historical objects that will immerse the visitor in Brockville’s past.
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  • There is not much here but what is there is informative. Near the hat exposition, don't forget to get your picture taken in the booth. It's free and they e-mail your photos. What a surprise. Lovely ol...  read more »
  • Brockville was once the home of 3 car companies. The Brockville 30 (really a Tudhope 30, which was really an Everrit 30 from Michigan, but the Brockville 30 was the first car built right here), the At...  read more »
  • Tells the history of Brockville in photos and a short video (from old film) of the Brockville train station. Voluntary donation. 20 minutes does it. Its right off the Brockville yellow brick road. 
  • The Brockville Museum is the first stop for any visitor interested in the history of this interesting city. The exhibits and displays are very well presented throughout the rooms. The great hall holds some of their larger items. There you can see an Atlas automobile, a horse-drawn hearse, a steam fire engine, and a farmer's seeder. It is also a good place to carry out local and family research.
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