Bath Museum
    

Phone : (613) 352-7716
Phone : (612) 352-7254
Your Host(s) : Karen MacKenzie

Bath, ON (Nearby: Stella, Odessa, Amherstview, Kingston, Camden East, Westbrook)

434 Main St.,
Bath, Ontario
K0H 1G0

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Ontario Tourism Region : The Great Waterway

educational program for school tours Open for Sunday Shopping can accommodate tour groups Wheelchair accessible

Tour Group Person Limit: 80

Driving Directions:
  • On the Loyalist Parkway

Business Hours:
  • May 16th to September 7th, Wednesday to Sunday, 10 am to 4 pm

Description From Owner:
  • The Bath Museum reveals life in this village nestled on the shore of Lake Ontario through the years.
  • The earliest display is of the aboriginal peoples, the original inhabitants.
  • Settled by United Empire Loyalists in 1784, Bath was a busy shipping port and center of commerce.
  • The Village of Bath boasts many “firsts” in Upper Canada and was touched by the War of 1812.
  • Please join us on May 16th, 2009 at 1:00 pm at the Old Town Hall for the opening of the Bath Museum in its new location.
  • There will be free admission to the Museum on that afternoon for everyone.


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Diane Hoselton Genova on 01-Jul-10
My sister and I visited the Village of Bath several summers ago to see the house where our grandfather, John Gregory Hoselton lived and his father. When relatives, took us to the museum, then housed in what was once a church, we were delighted. Of special interest to us was a sideboard made by our great-grandfather, Hiram Hoselton, and a notation in a ledger of purchases he made for his carpenter shop. I hope the move has inabled you to have more room for displays and the opportunity to utilize all the technology available for preserving history. I would very much like to visit again. Diane Hoselton Genova


Jo-Anne on 23-May-10
What a jewel of a museum! Most articles have been donated and the breadth of the artifacts is surprising: from three cases of First Peoples exhibits to Occupational tools of shoemakers,farmers,barbers, cabinet-makers,to a General Store to the War of 1812, World Wars I and II, to children's toys. Currently there are two temporary displays: one of Dinky and Matchbox toys and one of Funeral Practices of the 1800's including a coffin made in Bath. Memberships are a bargain! There is also plenty of research material, particularly regarding UELs, and a most informative video of the history of the Bath/Loyalist Township area. Well worth a visit from time to time.

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