Sheffield Park Black History and Cultural Museum

Record #: CWD3170
Last Modified: 27 Nov 2023
Last Full Update: 18 May 2022


Office Phone 519-599-6226
Social Media Facebook:
Primary Contact Carolynn and Sylvia Wilson, Owners/Curators


Address & Map
241 Clark St
The Blue Mountains, ON
Canada N0H 1J0
Mailing Address 241 Clark St 
The Blue Mountains, ON 
Canada N0H 1J0
Physical Access Partially Accessible - Accessible to large buildings


Description (Service) Cultural, historical museum. Includes the Black communities of Oro, Collingwood/Owen Sound, Artemesia (Priceville Black Cemetery) and surrounding settlements.  
Offers guided/self guided tours describing the accomplishments of founding Black pioneers and their contribution to Canadian society.  
The Museum has several hand crafted model ships, displays and artifacts.  
Tour includes a heritage walk, Underground Railroad quilt, African beginnings, pioneer life, farm implements and black memorabilia.  
Ample parking and picnic tables are available to visitors.

Service Details

Legal Status (50) Non Profit
Hours Thu-Sat 10 am-3 pm; Heritage Walk Displays close at 2 pm
Dates: May 26, 2022 - Oct 8, 2022
Areas Served Grey County ; Simcoe County
Eligibility No restrictions
Application Walk-in for service during season. Call for information. Please call to schedule bus groups.
Languages English
Fees Service ; Entry fee


Service Categories Museums ~ Black Community