Amherstburg Historic Sites Association

Site: Amherstburg - Dalhousie St

Service: Park House Museum

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Contact Information
Office Phone 519-736-2511
Fax 519-736-2511
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Primary Contact Stephanie Pouget-Papak, Curator
Alternate Contact Bill Wark, Amherstburg Historic Sites Association
Description and Service Details
Description (Service) The Amherstburg Historic Sites Association was created in order to research, restore and preserve places of historic significance in the Amherstburg area 
* The group's achievements include the development of the Park House Museum, the restoration of the Gibb House and restoration of the Matthew Pollard Pensioner's Cottage 
* The Park House Museum hosts a number of curriculum based school tours.
Hours Mon-Sun: 10 am-4 pm * (Jul 1-Aug 31) 
Mon-Fri: 11 am-4 pm * (Sep 1-May 31) 
Jan and Feb tours: by Appointment only  
Group tours: by Appointment only
Meetings Monthly: 3rd Tue, 7 pm 
Annual Meeting * open to the public (Call for details)
Areas Served Essex County
Eligibility Individual(s) with an interest in this area of our local heritage.
Application * Call for information 
* Call to schedule appointments for Tours
Languages English
Fees Membership - Family $35; Single $30; Senior/Student $25; Lifetime $250 ; Admission - Daily Admission: Adult $4; Senior $3; Child $2.50
Agency Information
Established 1973
Primary Executive Bill Wark, President, Amherstburg Historic Sites Association
Alternate Executive Janet Gardiner, Treasurer, Amherstburg Historic Sites Association
Funding Donations ; Fees - Membership and Admissions
Elections November
Site Information
Located In Community Amherstburg
Address & Map
Park House Museum
214 Dalhousie St
Amherstburg, ON N9V 1W4
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Intersection Rankin Ave and Dalhousie St
Physical Access Partially Accessible - Ramp, Entrance and Washroom(First Floor)

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