Dundas Museum Seeks Garden Volunteers!

Calling all gardeners! Join our garden elves team and help make your community museum look beautiful. Contact us at to learn more.

Donations of gardening equipment are also gratefully accepted.

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Notice: Our Re-Opening Has Been Rescheduled to August 3

The Dundas Museum and Archives will re-open to the public on Fri. August 3 with updates to all three upper galleries, including a new feature exhibition, Finding Your Way: Our History in Maps. The opening has been delayed an additional two weeks, (previously July 20) in order to accommodate necessary changes in our construction schedule.

With these renovations, the Museum has made necessary infrastructural improvements to expand our exhibitions and program offerings. With the acquisiti...

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Dundas Museum & Archives Closed until July 20

We’re Renovating!

Exciting plans are in the works. We can’t wait to share our new look with you. The Museum galleries will be closed from June 10 until July 20 to complete this undertaking. The archives reference room will be closed from June 4 to July 20.


This project will begin a process of transforming all three Museum upper galleries into flexible and fully accessible spaces. With these renovations, the Museum will improve its ability to include multi-m...

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Thank You for Coming to Made in Dundas!

We had such a great time at Made in Dundas this Saturday! We are proud to offer activities for the community of Dundas.

A special thank you to Turner Family Funeral Home and Red Door Cucina for sponsoring this year’s event!

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We're Hiring - Collections & Exhibitions Technician

Located in Dundas Ontario, the Dundas Museum & Archives collects, preserves, exhibits and interprets objects which demonstrate the founding, settlement, diversity and development of Dundas, for the education and enjoyment of our generation, and those of the future. The Dundas Museum & Archives houses more than 16,000 artifacts and over 30 metres of documents, spanning the entire history of the Dundas Valley – from 150 million year old calcite crystals, to digital photos take...

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