Museums Of Burlington


The Museums of Burlington include two of the city’s heritage destinations, the Ireland House Museum and the Joseph Brant Museum.

Built in 1837, Ireland House was the home of Joseph Ireland, one of Burlington's earliest settlers. Ireland House Museum is a local treasure that consists of 4 acres of woodland, the original family home, gardens, cottage/drive shed, and picnic areas. Explore the history of Ireland House through guided tours and historical demonstrations.

Discover Burlington’s rich cultural past and early foundations at Joseph Brant Museum, named after the famous Mohawk leader who first settled at the Head-of-the-Lake. Housed in a replica of Joseph Brant’s original home, the museum was founded in 1942 and features a large collection of locally and nationally significant artifacts and archival material.

There’s always something fun happening at the Museums of Burlington! Join us for holiday celebrations, seasonal festivals, and children’s programming. Visit our website for a list of our special events planned for 2017.

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  • Hours of Operation : Joseph Brant Museum 1240 North Shore Blvd. E. Burlington,
    The Joseph Brant Museum is temporarily closed. We apologize for any inconvenience. An update will soon be available regarding a proposed plan for expansion or redevelopment.
    Visit our website for updates.

    Ireland House at Oakridge Farm 2168 Guelph Line Burlington,
    Regular Museum Hours: Tuesday - Friday 10:00am-4:30pm
    Sunday: 1:00pm-4:30pm
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  • Wheelchair Accessible : No
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