Bayfield Historical Society & Archives

Description
Description (Service) COVID19 2020 Speakers' Series cancelled. Two household members may visit at a time. Please wear face masks

Dedicated to recording and preserving Bayfield's rich historical legacy for future generations. Discovers, collects, classifies, publishes and presents materials concerning the history of Bayfield and its people. Accessible by appointment for people and place research and guided walking tours
Service Details
Hours Sep-Jun: Fri. 1 pm-4 pm , Sat and Sun, call ahead or by appointment 
Summer hours: Wed-Sun 11 am-4 pm 
Guided Historic Walking Tours: Summer by appointment
Dates Sep - Jun
Areas Served Huron County
Eligibility No restrictions
Application Call for information
Languages English
Fees Membership - $20 individual, $30 family
Address and Location
Located In Community Bayfield
Address & Map
Bayfield Historical Society
20 Main St N
Bayfield, ON N0M 1G0
 
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Physical Access Fully Accessible
Contact Information
Office Phone 519-441-3224
E-Mail bayarchives@tcc.on.ca
Website www.bayfieldhistorical.ca
Social Media Facebook Facebook: www.facebook.com/bayfieldarchives/
Primary Contact Joy Yates, Volunteer Archivist; Phone: 519-441-3224; Email: bayarchives@tcc.on.ca
Alternate Contact Julia Armstrong, Archivist; Email: julia.armstrong2@gmail.com
Primary Executive Douglas Brown, Past President and Director; Phone: (Cell) 519-441-1189 * (Residence) 519-565-5187; Email: dougb1427@gmail.com
Alternate Executive Ruth Gibson, President; Phone: (Cell) * 905-518-4646; Email: bhsmembers@gmail.com
Mailing Address c/o President 
P.O. Box 161 
Bayfield, ON N0M 1G0