Dundas Museum Closure

The Dundas Museum has always been committed to the health and safety of our Friends, volunteers, visitors, and staff. In response to the developing situation around the COVID-19 pandemic, the Dundas Museum will remain closed until further notice.

We are collecting stories of the affects of the COVID-19 pandemic in Dundas. Help us record this unique time in history with your experiences, photographs, and more. Tell us how you are coping in these extraordinary times.

Dundas Museum Closure: March 16 to April 7

The Dundas Museum has always been committed to the health and safety of our Friends, volunteers, visitors, and staff. In response to the developing situation around the COVID-19 pandemic, the Dundas Museum will be closing our doors effective from March 16 until April 7. During this time, we will be closely monitoring the situation and take all advice and precautions suggested by local health officials.

This closure will impact all rentals, camps, events, and viewings of our galleries. Staff will continue to be available remotely. If you have any concerns, please contact us directly at mail@dundasmuseum.ca or call 905.627.7412

As this is a developing situation, we will communicate any changes to the above as soon as possible.

Ceili POSTPONED

Out of an abundance of caution and following through on our commitment to the health and safety of our Museum community, we have decided to postpone our St. Patrick’s Day Family Ceili on Saturday March 14th from 12pm – 3pm. All those who have purchased tickets will be notified and refunds will be arranged.

Speakeasy Night - April 4

Join us as we dance the Charleston, play classic party games, and sample locally brewed and distilled drinks from Shawn and Ed Brewing Company and Collective Arts. Tickets are $25 for general admission or $20 for Friends of the Museum and students. Cost includes one drink ticket for either a 6oz drink from Shawn and Ed Brewing Compay or a signature cocktail from Collective Arts.

Get your tickets

Enter the Hobby Fair!

Showcase your hobby during the Inside & Outside Family Day Festival on February 17 from 12pm to 4pm.

Categories include:

  • Collections (examples: coins, stones, movie memorobilia)
  • Art (examples: pet portrait, painting, drawing, family tree)
  • Models (examples: birdhouse, lego creations, modeling clay or play-doh)
  • Fiber Art (examples: sewing, knitting, crochet)
  • Crafts (examples: origami, puppets, popsicle stick creations)
  • Writing (examples: poem, short story)
  • Other (anything else, be creative!)

The Hobby Fair is open to all ages 16 and under. Submissions are due at the Dundas Museum by February 13.