Holiday Hours

The Dundas Museum and Archives will be closed for the Christmas holiday from Sunday, December 24th, until Tuesday, December 26th.

We will reopen on Wednesday, December 27th, and will be open from 10am-4:30pm the remainder of the week (no extended hours on Thursday).

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The Dundas Box Returns!

Support small businesses and your local museum with the Made in Dundas Holiday Box!

For just $75, receive a selection of 7 curated items from local stores to create a surprise gift (for yourself or someone else)! Boxes will be available for pickup or local delivery on December 21st, with vendors revealed as we approach the big day.

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Arts Dundas Weekend

Arts Dundas Weekend : November 2nd – 5th, 2023

Arts Dundas Weekend (ADW) is a four-day celebration of the arts, spotlighting creative communities and individuals in the Dundas and Hamilton area. ADW is celebrating its 37th year this year, and plenty of exciting events, workshops and performances are planned!

At the Dundas Museum and Archives, we will be open for extended hours:

Thursday from 10 am – 8 pm (Please note that Home/Ground will be unavailab...
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Turning the Tide: Our Relationship with Water

Join us at the Dundas Museum and Archives on Friday, October 20th, from 6:30-8:30 pm for a family-friendly event in collaboration with Councillor Alex Wilson, highlighting the past, present, and future of our interactions with the Dundas Valley’s waterways, from the days of the Ragin’ Canawl to the future of Cootes Paradise. You’ll get the chance to meet members of local watershed stewardship groups, including:

Action 13 Royal Botanical Gardens Dundas Turtle Wat...
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HOME/GROUND: The Art of Catherine Gibbon (1949-2021)

Now on display in the Pirie House of the Dundas Museum and Archives is Home/Ground: The Art of Catherine Gibbon (1949-2021), which features a selection of pieces from the late artist. Catherine Gibbon worked out of her studio at the top of the Niagara Escarpment in Greensville but also travelled to capture a variety of scenery in chalk pastels and oils. Gibbon was a founding member of the Carnegie Gallery in Dundas, and started the plein air painting group, the Monday Painters.

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