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Museums & Archives


The Halton Hills Public Library's Georgetown Branch is home to Esquesing Historical Society's growing archival collection.  The Esquesing Historial society collects and preserves archival material including any documents, photographs, ephemera, newspapers and postcards related Esquesing Township or the people who lived here.

Esquesing Society 

Halton Hills Sports Museum and Resource Centre

Located in the Gordon Alcott Heritage Hall of the Mold-Masters SportsPlex, the Museum will honour and commemorate the achievements of athletes and volunteers from all eras and all sports throughout our communities.

The design of the Museum blends a variety of mixed media in the presentation of our local sporting history.  Come visit our Hall of Fame or enjoy exhibits sharing historical presentations of the various sporting groups which service our communities.

Halton Hills Sports Museum

Halton Region Museum

The Halton Region Museum is located in a picturesque setting beneath the Niagara Escarpment inside Kelso Conservation Park in Milton, Ontario, Canada on what was once part of a farmstead established by the Alexander family in 1836.

Today, visitors can explore indoor exhibits and outdoor trails which focus on Halton's history.  In addition to a visit to the Museum, the Park offers many activities including picnicking, swimming, hiking and downhill skiing and snowboarding in winter.

Halton Region Museum

Country Heritage Park

Throughout its 80 acre property, Country Heritage Park maintains and displays an outstanding collection of farm and rural artifacts, historical buildings and exhibits.  Year round they provide an imaginative blend of ever-improving education programs, events, interactive exhibits, living history performances and recreational activities through which people are able to explore the evolution of agriculture and rural life on an Ontario farm from 1830 to the present.  Come for a visit and take a step back in time.

Country Heritage Park

Halton County Radial Railway

The Halton County Radial Railway was formed in 1953 by a group of men who wanted to save Toronto Transit Commission (TTC) streetcar 1326 from being sent to the scrapyard.  Since then the collection has grown and today the museum displays and operates a variety of historic streetcars, radial cars and work cars, and maintains a collection of photographs, memorabilia and archival materials.  The oldest rail car in the collection dates from the late 1800's.  Their vision is to inform, educate and inspire the public about the electric railway history of Ontario and Canada.

Radial Railway