The Woodstock Museum National Historic Site strives to interpret the past, present and future through conservation, education and exhibition of local history.

Visit the nationally designated Old Town Hall and experience the original 1879 Council Chambers and the Victorian designs of the 1889 Grand Hall. Tour our galleries interpreting the History of Woodstock from the 1790s to the present day.

Originally constructed in 1853 as the Town Hall and Market House, the building was completely restored in 1993 – 1995 and offers a wide variety of programs and services.

Contact Information

519-537-8411 Ext: 2901
466 Dundas St., Woodstock


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