Halton Region Museum
5181 Kelso Road
The Halton Region Museum is located in a picturesque setting beneath the Niagara Escarpment inside Kelso Conservation Park in Milton, Ontario.
The Museum site, formerly the Alexander Family Farm, was settled in 1836 by Scottish immigrants. Four generations of the Alexander Family farmed the land until 1961. The Alexander Farm was one of the first electrically powered farms in Southern Ontario.
The Museum is now home to six historic buildings which showcase many of the 35000 artifacts in Halton’s collection. Changing exhibitions tell the story of fascinating characters, communities and events of Halton’s past.
Admission to the Visitor Centre and Alexander Barn is free. From April-October, there is a charge to enter into Kelso Conservation Area.
Child (5-14): $4.00
Child (4 and under): Free
For more information please call 1-866-442-5866 ext. 7935 or visit the Museum’s website http://www.halton.ca/museum/default.htm.