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Virden Pioneer Home Museum

The museum holds over 6,000 items relating to the Victorian era of Virden's history.

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(Museum)
Located at 390 King Street, and Established in 1970, the museum holds over 6,000 items relating to the Victorian era of Virden's history. The museum itself was constructed in 1888 and the displays depicts a Victorian era home.

The museum is open daily from June1 to August 31 and it is staffed by youth dressed in attire of that era. Staff provide daily interpretive tours of the museum and in August an annual "Museum Day" is held with active displays of crafts such as quilting and yarn spinning.
 

 
How to Contact
Virden Pioneer Home Museum
390 King Street
Virden, R0M 2C0
Ph: 204-748-1659
Web: website
Email: send email
 

 
Opening Hours
The Museum only has regular hours during the summer, generally from May until the end of the third week of August. Opening and closing dates vary by a few days from year to year, so please call a few days in advance if you wish to visit near the beginning or end of the summer to verify that the Museum is open. Appointments may still be scheduled, even if regular hours have not yet begun.

Our regular summer hours are:

Monday - Saturday 9am - 6pm
Sunday 1pm - 6pm

The Museum stays open during Statutary holidays so please contact us by phone or email for more information.