|Open March - Mid November|
The Massey Area Museum has a display of photographs depicting the life and times of Massey and Area residents from years gone by. The museum is housed in the original Otto Bretzlaff General Store. The museum highlights are the First Nations/Fur Trade Room that contains numerous artifacts that portray the original Ojibway culture of the Massey area. The lumbering room which features pictures and models of bush operations and logging crews in the late 1800's. The farming room which displays unique tools and equipment used in the early 19th century. The mining room which contains a large display of rocks,
fossils, and minerals found in the Massey area and around the world. The General Store room which displays the original cash register from the Sadowski General Store, and many other items which would be found in such a store in the early 1900's.