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St. Edmunds Bruce Peninsula Museum


About Us

Nestled in the charming town of Tobermory, St. Edmunds Bruce Peninsula Museum is a treasure trove of history and culture. Our mission is to preserve and share the rich heritage of the Northern Bruce Peninsula, celebrating its diverse stories through engaging exhibits and educational programs.

At St. Edmunds Bruce Peninsula Museum, our operation is a true community effort. While we have a small, dedicated team of staff members who oversee the museum’s strategic direction and daily management, the heart of our operations is our vibrant volunteer force.

Our volunteers are involved in every facet of the museum, from guiding tours and managing archives to organizing events and maintaining exhibits. This collaborative effort ensures that the museum not only preserves and shares our local heritage but also remains a lively, engaging place for visitors of all ages.

Visit Us

We invite you to explore St. Edmunds Bruce Peninsula Museum, where history comes alive. Whether you're a history buff, a curious traveler, or looking for a meaningful way to contribute to the community, there’s something for everyone at St. Edmunds Bruce Peninsula Museum.

Hours of Operation

June - Every Weekend

July & August - 7 days a week!

11 AM - 4 PM daily

Admission By Donation

Free Parking On-site!

7072 Highway 6, Tobermory

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