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Oshawa Community Museum, Oshawa

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  • If you want your 21st century child to see how people lived before houses had indoor plumbing, their own rooms and a time when children were seen and not heard - this is a worth while adventure! The t...  more »
  • Attended the mothers day tea this year. Evocative of a typical English cream tea. Served by volunteers in historical dress who were entertaining and knowledgeable. We were given a tour of the three hi...  more »
  • The Oshawa Community Museum consists of several historical buildings on the site of Lakeview Park. Together they make a perfect day out for the family. Enjoy the park, grab some snacks at the concessi...  more »
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  • It was the loveliest experience! I will definetly come back again! Beautiful, intimate Victorian tea and tour of historical home. Wish I could rate this higher than 5 stars!
  • It's a set of three small historical houses which were built on the Lakeside in the 1800's. The main house has a tiny gift shop, offices, and a few paintings and artifacts donated from some of the first families of Oshawa. Five bucks per person gets you a tour of the other two houses- one a schoolhouse (very neat! Kids got a kick out of it -"what's a Dunce cap?" 😂) and the other the "rich" home of an old prominent family. The museum is located right next to the beach and there's a playground with splash pad, the harbour, and paths to walk down if you want to spend the rest of the afternoon enjoying the outdoors. Parking is free, and lot is within a block of the museum. Not a bad way to pass an afternoon. Staff is very friendly and laid back.