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Mariners Park Museum

Mariners Park Museum explores the many ways the inhabitants of Prince Edward County have earned their living from the surrounding waters from fishing and ship building through ice harvesting and rum running. The lighthouse relocated from False Duck Island beckons visitors to the site, where they can also explore Fort Kente and enjoy a picnic in the park. More than 50 shipwrecks have been located in the waters surrounding Prince Edward County and the Mariners Park Museum has become the home of many treasures retrieved during early diving expeditions.

Admission
Admission by donation

Whats New

Museum Passport & Special Parting Gift Behind "Door #5"

For more information on how to pick up your passport and participate in this new activity by visiting each of the Five Museums please click on the photo below:

Museum Passport and Special Parting Gift Information

Summer Camps -- History Alive!

History Alive! Summer Experience Camps 2016


Contact Information

May to September
Diane Denyes-Wenn
Site Curator
Mariners Park Museum
(613) 476-2148 x2525

October to April
Jennifer Lyons
Head Curator
(613) 476-2148 x 2521
Fax (613) 476-8356

 


Mariners' Museum Artifacts

Hours
Open Victoria Day Weekend through September

Wednesday to Sunday:9:30 a.m to 4:30 p.m.

CLOSED: Monday and Tuesday

Location
2065 County Road 13, South Bay

Educational Programs

Events Schedule 2016

County Memory Trail - Your Link to Heritage in Prince Edward County

Mariners Museum Photo Gallery

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