Call out to Post Secondary Students!

Huronia Museum is currently hiring two students for up to 40 hours per week for contract positions running until March 31, 2021.

These positions are available thanks to Young Canada Works and the National Trust for Canada.

If you are interested or know a student who may be interested in gaining some safe employment experience in a museum for the next few months, please share our info with them. Resumes and inquiries can be sent to

We are hiring for the follow positions:

Position: Museum Animator

Huronia Museum and Huron Ouendat Village is seeking a dedicated and motivated individual with a keen interest in sharing their passion for history with others.

Duties and Responsibilities:

Completion of research to support the development of educational tools with consideration for social distancing measures and individual safety. 

Clear communication of historical knowledge through created activities

Providing customer service in a professional manner, as some customer interaction on site, phone and via email will be required. 

Adherence to safety precautions and measures

Position: Museum Maintenance Assistant

Huronia Museum and Huron Ouendat Village is seeking a dedicated and motivated individual with a keen interest in the human history of the greater Huronia region.

Duties and Responsibilities:

Cleaning and maintenance of the museum facility

Gardening or traditional and historic gardens

Assisting with the construction and/or renovations of exhibits

Maintaining historic site (Huron Ouendat Village)

Ensuring the safety of staff, volunteers and visitors by carrying out regular safety inspections with the maintenance manager

Following work orders

Providing proper curatorial care for artifacts in storage and from existing exhibits under the guidance of the curator and/or collections manager.

Assisting with the exhibit development process at in a regional museum

Taking part in training sessions as required

Providing customer service in a professional manner Adherence to safety precautions and measures

New Covid Guidelines as of July 13th.


Starting July 13th, the Simcoe Muskoka District Health Unit has stated that masks must be worn in all indoor public spaces, including the Huronia Museum. Our staff and your fellow visitors appreciate your efforts to reduce the spread of Covid-19.

The Huronia Museum will continue to admit groups of 6 or fewer people every half hour to the museum. It is still advised to book a time for your visit.

If you have any questions please contact us by phone at 705 526 2844 or email

Tomorrow is the big day!

As of June 17th, we are open to the public with social distancing measures in place.

We will open every day at 9 am and close at 4 pm to allow time for a deep cleaning of the facility.

Visitor bubbles, whether one person or a safe bubble of up to 6 people as defined by the visitor, may either pre-book a visiting time or show up and wait for the next available time slot. Visitor bubbles will be admitted every 3o minutes starting at 9 am each day. Visitors are encouraged to book a time by calling the museum at 705 526 2844 or emailing us at

Visitor bubbles are encouraged to stay together in their unit throughout their visit at the museum and follow the directional arrows. The 30 minutes increments should allow visitors the opportunity to enjoy the museum and its exhibits at a leisurely pace without the next group of visitors pushing forward.

As recommended by the province, our outdoor village exhibit, which is immersive and does not lend itself to being sanitized, is not open at the moment.

We are not currently taking appointments for researchers to work with the collection or in our in situ library. We will have to suspend in house research until further notice. Please contact us if you have any research inquiries and we may be able to help you remotely. You can call us at 705 526 2844 or email us at

The museum cannot accept artifact donations directly at the moment. If you have something that, you feel, would contribute to telling the story of our community’s history, please contact our Curator, Genevieve Carter, at

Please call the museum in advance of your visit to learn more about what steps we have taken to keep you safe in our museum. We hope to hear from you soon.