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Cloyne Pioneer Museum & Archives

Located in the village of Cloyne on the original Addington Road, the Cloyne Pioneer Museum and Archives houses a treasure of local artifacts and history. The area was settled by courageous and hopeful pioneers who believed they would proper as farmers on the Canadian Shield in the late nineteenth century. They turned to logging, mining and tourism. Our recently expanded Museum is a tribute to their memory.

Cloyne Pioneer Museum & Archives

Highway 41, across from the Post Office.

Admission

Free. Donations accepted.

Hours

10AM-4PM 7 days per week. Late June to Labour Day.

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