Site #1 The Anderson Farm Museum is a fourteen acre site located in the centre of the Town of Lively. The Museum includes seven original and restored buildings. Exhibits include artifacts and material depicting the evolution of mining, settlement and the lives of immigrants to this area. School programs offered. Bus tour available.
Site #2 The Flour Mill Museum is in a house, made of clap boards, that was built in 1903 by its owner, François Varieur. Varieur was the foreman for Evans Lumber, a logging mill which was situated on Xavier Street.
Site #3 The Copper Cliff Museum
Copper Cliff, Ontario
The Copper Cliff Museum is housed in a turn of the century log cabin that rests on the site of the first house in the former Town of Copper Cliff.
Site #4 The Rayside Balfour Museum in Azilda has a unique collection of priestly vestments as well as artifacts with local historical interest. This museum opened officially in January of 2010.