Visitors note:The Lennox and Addington County Museum and Archives is closed
due to our renovation project. Scheduled to re-open by summer 2014. For more information, please telephone 613-354-3027
or e-mail enquiry to email@example.com
The Lennox and Addington Historical Society began collecting before 1907. Documents and artifacts belonging to the Society are curated at the Lennox and Addington County Museum in Napanee. The Museum is a municipal facility and is part of Information Services at the County of Lennox and Addington.
Holders of active, Lennox and Addington County Library cards are admitted free. Otherwise, there is an admission fee of $3.00 for adults, $2.50 for seniors, $2.00 for students and $1.00 for children. Babes in arms are free. There is a special rate for families (2 adults and 2-4 children) $5.00 for the party. A joint admission package with the Allan Macpherson House is also available.
For more information about the Society's archival collections, go to ARCHIVES )
The Museum is located in the Town of Napanee, which is east of Toronto, half-way between the cities of Belleville and Kingston. By car, take Highway 401 to the main Napanee exit (former Highway 41) and go south, towards the downtown. When you exit the 401, you will see a McDonald's Restaurant and a Tim Horton's Coffee Shop. Highway 41 becomes Centre Street. Continue south under the railway underpass, and you will see Thomas Street East on your left. There is no traffic light at Thomas Street. Turn left, and follow Thomas Street East to the County Complex. The Museum is behind the County Court House.
How to Contact the Museum Manager:
By e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Please do not use this for genealogical enquiries!
By telephone: extension 23
By e-mail, the research and genealogical enquiries: email@example.com
Further contact information:
By facsimile: 613-354-1005 (business hours)
Mailing address: Lennox and Addington County Museum and Archives,
97 Thomas Street East, Napanee, Ontario K7R 4B9
This page created 2004; revised 2013. Lennox and Addington Historical Society©