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Museum on the Boyne

Nestled among the trees of Riverdale Park the Museum on the Boyne features a 1914 Agricultural Fair Building, an 1865 log cabin and an 1858 English barn. The museum houses a mixed collection of household, agricultural, industrial and archival artifacts that depict life in South Simcoe from settlement to present day. The site offers guided and self-guided tours, educational programs, special exhibits, events, and workshops.

Museum Hours:

Summer (June – August)
Tues – Sun 10:00am to 3:30pm
Winter (September – May)
Mon – Fri 10:00am to 3:30pm

By Donation


Children's Programs

Children’s Programs
Preschool, educational and holiday programming at the museum combines structured educational elements with freestyle creative play to give your child the best hands-on experience available!



Museum Exhibits
Museum Exhibits: The museum’s mandate of exhibiting items from settlement to present day allows staff to explore fascinating topics from all eras. Visit our general store, dining room and bar to learn more about your local history.



Adult Programs
The museum has an interesting line-up of adult programming with something to interest everyone. Programs include Historic Cemetery Tours, Book Sales, Paranormal Investigations, a Christmas Craft Sale, Walking Tours and more.



Wall of HonourWall of Honour
To celebrate Museum Month in Ontario, the Museum on the Boyne Advisory Committee honours a well-deserving citizen of New Tecumseth for his/her contribution to heritage in our community.
Since 2003, the Committee began presenting successful recipients – those who have contributed to the preservation or promotion of history or heritage in the community with the prestigious title. The Wall of Honour is located on the upper level of the gallery.


Log CabinContact Us
Museum on the Boyne
Location Address: 250 Fletcher Crescent, Alliston, Ontario
Mailing Address: 10 Wellington St. E., Alliston, ON, L9R 1A1
Phone: 705-435-3900 or 905-729-0057 Ext. 1802
Fax: 705-434-3006

Proud Member of Simcoe County’s Culture Network