Museum & Visitor Centre

At the Museum and Visitor Centre, you will discover the story of Prescott, ON as you tour through the thematic displays in our exhibit space, which currently include:

Prescott's Beginnings

Prescott's Beginnings

Prescott's Military Heritage

Prescott's Military Heritage

Aboriginal History

Aboriginal History

Industry & Commerce

Industry & Commerce

Medicine Through the Ages

Medicine Through the Ages

Sports, Recreation and Organizations

Sports, Recreation and Organizations

Transportation

Transportation

What to Expect in the Spring of 2022:

Our goal for 2022 is to fully establish our exhibits, create a dedicated children's section and implement programming. We aim to bring in an element of technology with a dedicated media room, interactive displays and green screen technology. Rotational exhibits will begin in 2022, providing an opportunity to experience our community museum throughout the year!

Visitors to the Town of Prescott can expect an activated Visitor Centre, complete with material and souvenirs to enhance the visitor experience.

Soft Opening

The Prescott Museum and Visitor Centre held a soft opening at its new location at 202 King Street on Saturday December 4th, 2021.  The event was held on Founder’s Day and included speeches from Mayor Brett Todd; BIA President, Kevin Bunce; Grenville County Historical Society President, Fraser Laschinger, and a sign language rendition of “O Canada” by students of St. Lawrence Academy.

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