We are a private museum established in 1992 under the direction of a volunteer Board of Directors and are a registered non-profit corporation. Our main support comes from the efforts of our volunteers who organize and manage our fund raising efforts and the community who participate in these events. We are very grateful for their support.
a) To establish and maintain a collection of artifacts, antiques, memorabilia and historical items having significance to the area formerly known as Osprey Township in the County of Grey, Province of Ontario.
b) To show and display artifacts of interest and pertaining to past and present residents, history and traditions of the former Osprey Township
Rob Roy Site
Open seasonally from May to October and by appointment upon request.
Saturday, Sunday & Monday
10:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Beginning: Weekend following Victoria Day Weekend each year until Thanksgiving Weekend in October.
CLOSED Saturday of the Feversham Fall Fair each year.
Open year round. From October to May quilting is the main weekly activity. We offer hand quilting for a fee with funds raised going to support the museum. A weekly library service is also offered. Various other group activities such as movies, games, art and craft courses, etc. are offered throughout the year.
Restoration of the former Salvation Army Church was made possible by the Ontario Trillium Foundation and the The W. Garfield Weston Foundation.