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Museum Buildings and Rentals

Scugog Shores Museum Village

The Scugog Shores Museum Village is located at the south end of Scugog Island, overlooking the town of Port Perry.

The Village shows what daily life was like in Scugog from the mid to late 1800s. The Village includes:

  • 11 restored buildings
  • Heritage flower, herb and vegetable gardens
  • Ojibway Heritage Interpretive Lands

The grounds and some buildings of the Village are available for rental from May to October for photography, wedding receptions, and special events. Dates outside of this time may be available - please submit a request form for additional information.

Please contact us for pricing and availability.

Click the button below to submit a Scugog Shores Museum Village and Archives rental request.

Desk with books and feather on it

Head Schoolhouse

Log cabin

Rodman Cabin

Red print shop with large windows and white door

Print Shop

brick forge

Blacksmith Shop

yellow house with black fencing surrounding it

Lee House

pieces of wood and tools laying on a bench

Woodwright Shop

green building with large white windows

Harness Shop

old building labelled Beef Ring

Beef Ring

rows of white bench seats with brown railing in the front

Head Church


Log Cabin

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