Wellington Heritage Museum is located in the heart of the village of Wellington. It was built in 1885 as a Quaker Meeting House and now features exhibits on local history. Highlights include a tribute to the Quakers or “Society of Friends” who played a notable role in the County’s development. In addition, the Douglas A. Crawford Canning Industry Collection conveys the importance of that industry in Prince Edward County. There were over 75 different canning factories operating herebetween 1882 and 1996.
Admission by Donation
Museum Passport and 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:
(613) 476-2148 x 2521
Fax (613) 476-8356
May to September phone the museum at
(613) 476-2148 x2526 e-mail:
Wellington Heritage Museum is a Bicycle Friendly Location