AAA Editor Notes
Dufferin County Museum & Archives, Hwy. 89 and CR 18 (Airport Rd.), is in a barnlike structure and has a collection of artifacts, photographs and farm implements depicting county history. Within the museum are three historic buildings: the 1914 two-story log McCutcheon House; the 1861 Orange Lodge, a meeting place used by groups of Protestant Irish men; and Cromby Station, a Canadian Pacific Railway flagging station. The top of the silo provides a panoramic view of the countryside. An archives, an 1885 church and heritage gardens also are on the grounds.
Guided church tours are available.
Picnicking is permitted. Time: Allow 1 hour minimum.