Glow In The Dark Easter Egg Hunt

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It is time for the 5th Annual Glow in the Dark Easter Egg Hunt!

This year we will be holding it on Saturday, April 4, 2015 from 1 to 3 PM.  Admission is $1 and a non-perishable food item per participant.

The hunt is held in the main gallery of the museum.  Entrance is limited so that we don’t have any over crowding in the dark, so you may have to line up for a few minutes.  All children must be accompanied by an adult.  Instructions on how to complete the hunt will be given at the time of entrance.

All participants will go home with a prize.

This fun and unique event is made possible thanks to the generous support of the Midland Lions Club, our fantastic partner for the last 5 years!

A Night to Remember the Empress of Ireland


Unfortunately, the Empress of Ireland event has been cancelled.
Purchased tickets will be refunded.

The Sinking of the Empress of Ireland: People and Context will be an evening event with a talk from Dr. John Willis, Curator from the Canadian Museum of History.  Guests can enjoy a casual get together with friends at Huronia Museum with hors d’oeuvres and wine followed by a talk by Dr. Willis who will share the story of The Empress of Ireland, the largest maritime disaster in Canada’s history. Friday, March 27, 2015 7 00 pm   Hors D’oeuvres and Wine 7 30 pm   Lecture 8 30 pm   Coffee, Tea and Sweets Tickets are $50 per person and can be purchased at Huronia Museum or online at This event is a fundraising event for the Huronia Museum and the Friends of the SS Keewatin. The event will be held at the Huronia Museum. Dr. John Willis will speak on the following: It took less than a quarter of an hour for the Empress of Ireland to sink to the bottom of the St. Lawrence River on the early morning of May 29, 1914.  A total of 1012 lost their loves.  Hundreds were injured, other scarred for life.  This presentation will focus on the crew and the passengers aboard the ship.  We will try to get a feel as to why some of these people were aboard the shipl their provenance, their destination; their destiny.  I will also examine tow elements of the context of the times: first: why and how people were travelling; second the great waterway by which they entered and left our country, the St. Lawrence River.


Huronia Museum maintains Category A status as a Museum

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: (Thursday, September 11, 2014)

Huronia Museum maintains Category A status as a Museum

Although Huronia Museum has been challenged with building issues for a number of years now it is delighted to report, that after a recent review by the Department of Canadian Heritage’s Movable Cultural Property Directorate, the museum has maintained its status as a Category A museum which collects and preserves the community’s heritage.

“Category A” museums meet the requirements for designation as such as they have the capacity to preserve certified cultural property and make it available to public.

Huronia Museum is currently open to the public seven days a week until Thanksgiving from 9 am to 5 pm with the exception of Wednesdays where the museum is open from 9 am to 9 pm.

Huronia Museum currently has a reduced admission rate as a portion of the main exhibit floor is closed as it cares for artifacts which require conservation from a flood in mid-August.

 For further information on Huronia Museum please contact the museum at 705-526-2844

Huronia Museum is a not-for-profit charity, which collects, preserves, exhibits and educates on the history of Huronia.

Contact information:

Huronia Museum
549 Little Lake Park Road,
Midland, ON L4R 4P4