Sheffield Park Black History and Cultural Museum

Description (Service) COVID-19 Response  
Due to concerns regarding COVID-19, the museum will be closed until further notice. 
Regular Service 
Cultural, historical museum. Includes the Black communities of Oro, Collingwood/Owen Sound, Artemesia (Priceville Black Cemetery) and surrounding settlements. Offers guided/self guided tours describing the accomplishments of founding Black pioneers and their contribution to Canadian society. The Museum has several hand crafted model ships, displays and artifacts. Tour includes a heritage walk, Underground Railroad quilt, African beginnings, pioneer life, farm implements and black memorabilia. Ample parking and picnic tables are available to visitors.
Service Details
Hours COVID-19 - Suspended 
Regular: Tue-Sat 10 am-3:30 pm
Dates Open: End of May (last Tuesday)  
Closes: Oct Thanksgiving weekend
Areas Served Grey County ; Simcoe County
Eligibility No restrictions
Application Walk-in for service during season. Call for information. Please call to schedule bus groups.
Languages English
Fees Service ; Entry fee: Adults, Students, Seniors $5, Children 12 yrs and under $3
Address and Location
Located In Community Clarksburg
Address & Map
241 Clark St
Clarksburg, ON
Canada N0H 1J0
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Physical Access Partially Accessible - Accessible to large buildings
Contact Information
Office Phone 519-599-6226
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Primary Contact Carolynn and Sylvia Wilson, Owners/Curators