HALIBURTON HIGHLANDS MUSEUM
The Haliburton Highlands Museum offers visitors a fascinating look into the past through our extensive facilities. Our Main Gallery building is open year-round and features thematic exhibits depicting the history of Haliburton and other areas of the Municipality of Dysart et al. Other attractions include Reid House, a former village home dating from 1882, and our log farmstead, featuring a variety of buildings dating from the 1870's and relocated to our current site in Glebe Park. Reid House is open spring through fall, while the farmstead is open during the summer months.
66 Museum Road, Box 389, Haliburton, ON
(Glebe Park, Bayshore Road off Hwy. 118)