Keir Memorial Museum is on Hwy. 20 at Malpeque Corner. The museum, built in 1927, was once a Presbyterian church. It now portrays themes that best describe the occupations of the people of the community with artifacts gifted or loaned to the museum by local residents. The museum chronicles the Malpeque oyster harvest, early farming, fishing, trade, commerce and the community's cultural and religious life. Displays include a Victorian kitchen, a weaving room, a typical country schoolroom and an 1887 horse-drawn hearse.