Visiting & Contact

Opened to the public in 1974 the South Grey Museum is located just north of the crossroads of the historic Toronto-Sydenham Road (Hwy #10) and Durham Road (Hwy# 4) in Memorial Park, Flesherton.

The South Grey Museum hosts a community history collection representing the settlement and development of Southern Grey County with special collections focusing on archaeological evidence from post-glacial Aboriginal people, early Black settlement and history, the Flesherton Station and Toronto-Grey Bruce Railway development.

With exhibits also featuring early doctors and Mrs. Nuhn's Nursing Home alongside early phramacy records linked to our Heritage Herb Garden, we also recognize our famous former-resident Agnes Macphail—first female Member of Parliament.

Museum has a large collection of family genealogical records and photographs available for research purpose. We are happy to assist visitors find their roots, through local history references; cemetery and property records. 

Our art gallery space has rotating displays of local art.

Visitor information and brochures as well as maps to the area are also available in our welcome centre. An accessible public washroom is available to visitors as well.

Hours of Operation: 
Thursday to Saturday
10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Contact the curator:
(519) 924-2843

South Grey Museum
P.O. Box 299
Flesherton, ON
N0C 1E0

40 Sydenham St.
Flesherton, Ontario, Canada


South Grey Museum