Rentals

For pricing and availability, please inquire at museum@uxbridge.ca

The UHC offers several buildings available for rent, including the Fifth Line Church, the Quaker Hill Schoolhouse, and the Gazebo - all of which are wheelchair accessible. The historic grounds are picturesque and make a beautiful back drop for any event and production. Buildings and grounds are available for reservations from April to November.

Have the celebration you want, the way you want it.

 

GROUNDS & BUILDINGS

Choose from our collection of heritage buildings to suit your event.

 
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THE CHURCH

 

The Fifth Line Church offers space for a variety of events. The Church is available for a small crowd of up to 104 persons, and is accessible by ramp and wide doors. It includes an elevated stage and an entrance lobby. 

The beautiful acoustics of this space make a perfect setting for small musical and theatrical performances, sermons, presentations, lectures, and more. 

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THE SCHOOL HOUSE 

 

The Quaker Hill School House offers a stunning view of the Uxbridge Valley. The School is available for a small crowd of up to 70 persons (50 with tables and chairs), and is accesible by ramp and wide doors. It includes washrooms in the basement level, air conditioning/ heating, and a coat check area.

The School House is a place to gather. You can book this venue as a reception hall or meeting space, for a family reunion banquet, small ceremony venue, lecture hall, or for birthday parties.

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THE PROPERTY
 

Rental of our grounds includes private the use of building fronts and grounds for special events. This option is perfect for outdoor birthday parties, bridal showers, and more. This booking also includes washroom access. Event tents can be placed on the grounds - please speak with staff for space designation.

Use of the grounds for event or photographic purposes must be booked through UHC Staff.

FILMING & PHOTOS

For pricing and site visits, please inquire at museum@uxbridge.ca

 

With many heritage-designated buildings, era-appropriate displays, and a stunning view of the Uxbridge Valley and Oak Ridges Moraine, our site offers a impressive backdrop and filming location for television and movie productions. 

 

The Uxbridge Historical Centre has been featured on productions including "Road to Avonlea" (1990-1996) and "Dark Hours" (2021).

For an overview of our buildings, visit 
"The Buildings" page of our website.

 
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