AAA Editor Notes
Lashburn Centennial Museum is at 96 Main St. Housed in a former general store, it focuses on English immigrants known as the Barr Colonists. In addition to period pieces like ox horns and a settler's travel trunk, visitors can see the kitchen, dining room and bedrooms in the second-floor apartments where the store's owners and families lived. One apartment features sewing, craft, train and communication rooms as well as vintage pharmaceutical and hospital items.
The Veterans' Gallery honors those who have served in the Canadian military from the Boer War to the present. Several quilts and quilt blocks also are on display. The warehouse contains a trapper's cabin, a blacksmith's shop and historic artifacts. Down the street is a one-room country school that operated from 1908 to 1949.
Guided tours are available.