|Summer Hours: June 1 to Labour Day|
Open daily - 10:00 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Winter Hours: September to May
Monday to Friday - 10:00 a.m. to 5 p.m.
In 1889, C.C. Farr established a settlement on the shore of lake Temiskaming and named it after the
school he attended in England, Haileybury College. The Haileybury Heritage Museum offers the
opportunity to discover Haileybury's rich history and development. The museum features a fully
restored 1904 Toronto Railway Co. Streetcar used as housing after the Great Fire of 1922, a Ruggles 1922
Fire Pumper, the tugboat "M.V. Beauchene, an Ontario Northland Railway caboose and a display on
Leslie McFarlane; first Ghostwriter of the Hardy Boys. Come and explore Haileybury's past.