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Online Exhibit
Medicine in Amherstburg

This exhibit features medical artifacts from the museum collection, a brief history of Amherstburg's Doctors and more. 

Medicine in History Exhibit

Condensed Permanent Exhibit
Open for self-guided tours


In keeping the honour of Dr, Park alive, the Medicine in History Exhibit examines the shift in common medical practices, professionalism among women, to the development bedside manner.


In the midst of our medical artifact collection, learn and see how a society maintained their health. How have things really changed in the last 200 years?  That is your answer to discover.

Great News! A condensed version of the exhibition has been added to the permanent main floor office display for annual viewing. Artifacts will be on rotation.

Loyalists & The Fur Tade

Open for self-guided tours

When Detroit was ceded to the United States, following the Revolutionary War, the owners decided to dismantle the building and float it down the Detroit River to Amherstburg.


Come and See how this historic building is rooted in a romantic history, and learn of its role in the Fur Trade.


How was this small town affected by a War fought in the United States?  

The Victorian Home

Open for self-guided tours

The Park House Museum was owned by the Park Family for over 100 years...hence the name.


In commemoration to the height of its mercantile success, the main floor has been restored to the Park's 1850's residence and is our permanent display.


In a home built without electricity and running water, come and explore how your ancestors lived without our modern convinces.


Foggy Lake
Indigenous History Learning Centre

Open for Learning

The museum's Indigenous History Learning Centre is located on the second floor of the museum. This is a self-guided journey with access to books and videos to help create a better understanding of Indigenous history, culture, and the role of colonization.  

Several Open Books
Genealogy Research  Centre

Open for research

The museum's Genealogy Centre is located on the second floor of the museum. It's recommended to book a space in advance, so staff can prepare the files. 

Please let us know if there is an accessibility issues with the stair-only access to the second floor, we will be happy to bring the resources to the main floor. 

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