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Visit the Dundas Museum and Archives for a self-guided tour of our main gallery and feature exhibition!
While you’re here, check out the art exhibition in the Education Centre (on the Pirie House side of the Museum) and our gift shop.
Entry to the Dundas Museum and Archives is free! Donations are always gratefully appreciated. Occasionally we may host ticketed events, which will be advertised accordingly.
To prevent the spread of COVID-19, please follow our current guidelines:
- If you are experiencing any flu-like symptoms, please stay home.
- Our hands-free Albert Street (rear) accessible entrance is contact-free, but guests are welcome to use either door.
- Sanitize your hands upon entering the building with the provided sanitizer.
- Masks are no longer required in the Museum. Please observe a respectful and safe distance from staff and fellow patrons.
We are located at the corner of Park St. West and Albert St. (139 Park St. West).
There is ample street parking on the residential streets surrounding the Museum if you are driving.
If you’re using the Hamilton Street Railway (HSR), the Westbound 5 Delaware to 52 Head Street bus will bring you along King St. West to the Albert St. stop, just a block away from the Museum!
N43° 16′ 4.646″
W79° 57′ 34.033″
The Dundas Museum & Archives strives to ensure that all visitors have a comfortable and enjoyable experience.
The rear Albert Street entrance features a gradual ramp and a button-operated door. Once inside the Museum’s atrium, an elevator is available for visitors to access all levels of the facility. Should you require assistance, a staff member will be glad to help.
The Park Street West entrance has two steps, each seven and a half inches high.
If you require accessible parking, please call ahead to reserve these spaces. Otherwise, there is ample 2-hour street parking around the Museum.
The Museum is generally a quiet space, with no music. When we have groups of children visiting the galleries, it can become a bit loud, but otherwise, voices tend to be lowered. The Education Centre, which doubles as an art exhibit space, is also regularly rented for group events which can increase ambient volume (but rarely interferes with the other gallery spaces).
In 2020 the Museum’s ventilation was updated with a HEPA filtration system.
Please visit our online tour for a preview of our spaces.
A courtesy wheelchair is available in the atrium for guests’ use. For more information, call us at 905.627.7412.
In the event of a planned or unexpected disruption to services or facilities, the Dundas Museum & Archives will notify visitors promptly. There will be a clearly posted notice, which will include information about the reason for the disruption, its anticipated length of time, and a description of alternative facilities or services, if available.
If you have any questions or concerns, please call us at 905.627.7412
Click HERE to view our 2023-2028 Accessibility Plan.