Whitewood Historical Museum
The Whitewood Historical Museum is dedicated to the memory of our early pioneers and the ethnic diversity of our community.
The museum consists of five buildings- a main building with artifacts historical displays, a second building of ethnic items, service clubs and sports displays, the Forest Farm School with school, household military and military displays, an agricultural building with our farming history, and a lean-to with displays on early modes of transportation and early Whitewood businesses.
With thousands of period artifacts, touring the various buildings and surrounding grounds is a must for any history buff.
Collection Highlights: Mrs. Matheson's Cottage hospital / Francis Cosgrave's story / Ethnic farm settlements / First Nation history of Ochapowace and Chacachas / New Finland history / French counts of St. Hubert.
603 North Railway
May – September
Open from May 16 - Sept 7, daily from 9-12 and 1-6. An appointment to view the museum at other times can be arranged by phoning ahead.