10035 Museum Road, R.R. #2
Grand Bend, ON N0M 1T0
Map Located on Highway 21, 8 km south of Grand Bend.
What You Can See & Do Here
The Main Exhibit Centre
Here you can study the human and natural history of Lambton County and browse through one of the largest collections of pressed glass and local County furniture.
Cameron Presbyterian Church
Originally opened in 1867 in Euphemia Township, this church still makes a quaint setting for weddings.
The Pioneer Home
The Tudhop Home, built in 1857 by Daniel Tudhop, has been restored to the late 1800's and features a herb garden.
The Springvale Beef-Ring Slaughterhouse was a co-operative which operated on local farms until the late 1950s and provided members with fresh meat weekly.
The Blacksmith Shop
Moved from nearby Ravenswood, this period structure includes a wheelwright shop at the rear.
The Rokeby School
First opened in 1899, this school was moved from Brooke Township, restored and officially re-opened almost 100 years later, in September of 1998.
Two large buildings are filled with a fascinating assortment of pioneer and agricultural equipment including rare steam traction engines originally made in Lambton County by the John Goodison Thresher Company.
Enjoy our gardens, the entrance features a floral representation of Lambton County and the pioneer home is surrounded by a herb garden.
History from the Vault
Lambton County Archives: History from the Vault is an informative blog about local history and archive's resources.
We are working to add artifacts, photos and historic information to our museum catalogue. Start your research here.
Return of the Swans Festival
March 11 - April 2, 2017 - This year’s Return of the Swans Festival at the Lambton Heritage Museum will offer much for the family to do whether the swans co-operate or not.