AAA Editor Notes
Glengarry Pioneer Museum is at 1645 CR 30. Several historic buildings that depict rural life in mid-19th-century Ontario comprise the museum complex. The main building, built as a store in the 1840s, is furnished as the inn it became in the 1860s, complete with the original barroom. Other buildings include an 1869 town hall with area maps, documents and photographs; a livery shed; a cheese factory; trapper's cabin; blacksmith's shop; and log barn.
Picnicking is permitted. Time: Allow 30 minutes minimum.