Welcome to the Petawawa Heritage Village, where we celebrate the settlement era and immigrant story of early Canada. Our archives and collections focus on the stories of the German founding families, and stretch back thousands of years to the traditions and teachings of the First Nations people. Come in and connect with times gone by -- your memories will last a lifetime!
Take a trip back in time as you stroll through our museum and pioneer village. With one of the largest collections of Ottawa Valley artifacts, the Champlain Trail Museum is truly a must-see! Located at 1032 Pembroke St. East in Pembroke Ontario.
The Ottawa Valley Tourist Association (OVTA) is a non-profit organization designed to stimulate and promote tourism in Renfrew County. Our goal is to create a presence in the tourism marketplace. In order to position the Ottawa Valley as an interesting and popular travel destination in the minds of travelers, a joint effort among tourism suppliers and OVTA’s dedicated tourism staff is required.
Situated in Thomas Fuller Post Office we have a diverse collection of artifacts and photographs and interactive exhibits pertaining to lumbering, railway, local commerce, sports, Charles Macnamara and Arnprior's early First Nations People. Open from May to mid-June Tuesdays, Saturdays & Sundays: 11-4pm and by appointment year round.
Bonnechere Museum, also known as the Ordovician Fossil Capital of Canada, presents both the natural and cultural history of life as it developed along the Bonnechere River. The museum is located at 85 Bonnechere Street, in Eganville, at the junction of Highways 41 and 60.
The Canadian Clock Museum opened to the public in Deep River, Ontario in late May of 2000 as Canada's only clock museum. This non-profit, private museum operates as a federal corporation dedicated to collecting, preserving, researching, and exhibiting the products of Canada's many clock manufacturers and sellers from the early 1800s to current times.
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