Sheffield Park Black History and Cultural Museum is living history of the Black Settlers in the Collingwood and Owen Sound area, the two northern terminals of the Underground Railroad system.
This elegant Victorian jewel has been entertaining patrons since 1911. A 300-seat (325 person) capacity on Collingwood’s main street in the heart of the Historic Heritage District.
A reverent memorial to our first black settlers, who sought freedom from slavery through the Underground Railroad.
Grey Roots Museum & Archives is a multi-faceted attraction that preserves and promotes the cultural and heritage traditions of Grey County.
The smallest 3-cell structure in Ontario and possibly all of North America