Scugog Shores Museum Village
Located on the south end of beautiful Scugog Island, the Village features eleven restored buildings including Head Church and Cemetery, Head School, the blacksmith, print shop, woodwright and harness shop and heritage vegetable and herb gardens. Thousands of original artifacts, donated by the community, are on display throughout the village.
The Village is also home to the Ojibway Heritage Interpretive Lands. This unique exhibit, developed in partnership with the Mississaugas of Scugog Island First Nation features a wigwam, birch bark canoe, and other First Nations artifacts. Our collection of indigenous trees and plants forms a representative slice of the species that flourished across Scugog prior to European settlement.
The Village and Ojibway Lands are open to the public for guided tours from May 18 to September 4, daily from 10 am to 4 pm.
Canoe the Nonquon
Dog Days of Scugog