Princeton and District Museum - Ontario
- Welcome to the Official Website for the Princeton and District Museum located in Princeton, Ontario
- Our Hours:
- Sunday: CLOSED
- Monday: 10:00am - 3:00pm
- Tuesday: CLOSED
- Wednesday: CLOSED
- Thursday: CLOSED
- Friday: CLOSED
- Saturday: 10:00am - 1:00pm
Interesting FactsIn 1978, archaeologists excavated the site in Princeton of an 800-year-old Amerindian village of the Glen Meyer tribe.
Latest News & EventsMovie Night - November 1 & 15th - see our movie night section for details: Free Movie Night
Coming in September!
Plak-It of the Month
Please help keep Princeton's history alive and sponsor one of our many Plak-it's today!
Sponsorship is $100 and a receipt is available for tax purposes
This Month's Plak-It is of the Rebuilt east side of main street after the fire in 1910. Bakeshop, Hardware Store, IOOF Hall and new Bank location Corner lot Starr & Buck General Store 1918
Princeton History Plaques
Come visit the Museum and immerse yourself in Princeton's history. We have several plaques of Princeton in the 1900's - Churches, buildings that have burnt down, main street, a train derailement and more. They are amazing to see in person. If you are interested in Sponsoring a plaque, please let us know, we would love to have more.
Here are a few to pique your interest:
Main Street Princeton
Methodist Church Visit our New Page "Displays/Exhibits"
It contains pictures of at all our permanent displays and exhibits. To get the full experience you'll have to see them in person. Come visit us soon!
Free Movie Nights! (Courtesy of the Princeton Public Library)
FREE Movies in the plush 45 seat Princeton Theatre! Popcorn provided, only water in the theatre please.
See our Free Movie Night section for what movies are playing
"If you don't know history, then you don't know anything. You are a leaf that doesn't know it is part of a tree." - Michael Crichton