The County Canadiana Gallery

‌Macaulay Heritage Park

23 Church Street, Picton

With an estimated collection of more than 10,000 pieces, Macaulay Heritage Park presents a special gallery, highlighting artifacts that strongly represent Canadian identities, symbols, achievement and pride. The artifacts on display will mainly span the time from Canadian Confederation in 1867 to Canada's Centennial celebrations in 1967.  As part of this exhibition, a component entitled Then, Now...Oh Wow! will be presented in partnership with Sonrise Christian Academy. It is a unique photo exhibit, curated by the Grades 6,7,8 Class at the school, that profiles some of the County's most influential and architecturally significant buildings, from the time of Confederation to present.


An Artful History

Wellington Heritage Museum

290 Main Street, Wellington

This exhibit features highlights of the historical art collection at The County Museums, from the pre-Confederation era to the mid-20th Century. Profiled artists include William Henry Bartlett, John Pepper Downes, Ira Barton, George Ackerman, Manly MacDonald and Bowen Squire. Collectively, the works provide much insight on the history and identity of Prince Edward County, a community that is celebrating its 225th Anniversary in 2017 alongside Canada's Sesquicentennial.



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“Dutch Heritage in Prince Edward County”

View the Virtual Exhibit.