Uxbridge Historical Centre


The Official Web Page of the Uxbridge Historical Centre (Uxbridge-Scott Museum & Archives)

The Uxbridge-Scott Museum & Archives was established near the town of Uxbridge, Ontario, in 1972. Its mandate is to collect, preserve, and display artifacts, documents, and photos that relate to the heritage of the Uxbridge Township area which was formed in 1973 with the union of the former townships of Scott and Uxbridge and Uxbridge Town.

As well as displaying local heritage, the museum operates an archives. The museum offers a spectacular view of the Uxbridge valley and the town of Uxbridge. Picnic tables are available. There are research facilities also available at the museum, but please contact the museum prior to visiting.
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Hours of Operation


March to mid-May, October & November,
Weekdays, 8:30am to 4:30pm.
Victoria Day weekend to last weekend in September,
Wednesday to Sunday and holidays, 9am to 5pm.

Museum Tours

Click Here for a virtual tour of the Historical Centre.

Wednesday to Sunday and Holidays, 10am to 4pm, Victoria Day weekend until the last weekend in September.
Arrangements can be made for group tours outside of regular hours. Please call ahead to book.

Admission Fees for Museum Tours

Children 6-12$3.50
Group Tours$5.00/person

Note: Different rates may apply to special events.

Contact Us

Phone: (905) 852-5854
7239 Conc. 6 (just north of Brock Street)
Box 1301, Uxbridge, Ontario, L9P 1N5