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Culture Days will return September 20 – October 13, 2024.

Harvest Festival

Agriculture Fibre & textile arts History & heritage Kids Museum
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Vernon, ON

Directions: Vernon is about 25 km south of Ottawa on Bank Street (Hwy 31) and 35 km north of Highway 401. From Hwy 401: Exit at Morrisburg (exit #750) and go north on Hwy 31 past the towns of Williamsburg, and Winchester. From Ottawa East: Take Hwy 417 to Bank Street and follow it south to Vernon. From Ottawa West: Take Hwy 417 to Hwy 416, then take Bankfield/Brophy exit #57 toward Brophy Drive and Manotick. Turn left onto Brophy Drive, then right onto Rideau Valley Drive. Turn left onto Bridge St./Mitch Owens Drive, and follow to Bank Street. Turn right onto Bank street and follow to Vernon.


Free, and accepts optional pay-what-you-may donations for admission.

Offered in English.

Wheelchair accessible and has gender-neutral washrooms.


The Osgoode Township Museum is very excited to be hosting its Harvest Festival on September 28, 2019. Explore the artisan tent, see the various heritage demonstrators including a blacksmith, wool spinning and quilt making, and help harvest the heritage vegetables for our Harvest Supper!

As part of Culture Days, we will also be opening our temporary exhibit entitled A New Life: Comparing The Experiences of Home Children and Refugees.

Festival Cost: Free! (pay what you may donations graciously accepted)

Harvest Supper Cost: $15/adult, $7 for children ages 5-12, 5 and under free

Support YOUR community museum while exploring YOUR rural history at this year's Harvest Festival!



Osgoode Township Museum

The Osgoode Township Museum provides a focus for the surrounding communities, to undertake exhibitions and interpretation of its collections as a means to further the understanding of the former Osgoode Township's material culture, spirit and significance to the greater Ottawa community.

The Osgoode Township Museum showcases the rural and agricultural history of the Osgoode Township, year-round.