Exhibitions

Explore the stories of Osgoode's rich rural and agricultural heritage, past and present, and how it completes the Ottawa story, through our Permanent, Temporary and Community Gallery exhibitions.

Permanent Gallery

Permanent Gallery

Our brand new permanent exhibition space displays the incredible story of our township and its people. Learn stories of how Indigenous people and the first European settlers paved a path for our current day rural community members, and how these residents are cultivating their connections with the past, present and future!

Permanent Gallery
Virtual Exhibitions

Virtual Exhibitions

Check out our past, present and future virtual exhibitions!

Virtual Exhibitions
Virtual Tour

Virtual Tour

The Osgoode Museum, in partnership with Point3D Commercial Imaging Ottawa, is excited to announce the launch of its virtual tour. Take a walk through our brand new permanent exhibition, explore the artefacts, and immerse yourself in the Museum – located in the former Vernon Public School – from any computer.

Virtual Tour
Community Gallery

Community Gallery

Osgoode Township Museum is committed to telling the stories of our communities from all aspects. The Community Gallery, located in the former two-room schoolhouse main hall, is an excellent venue to showcase the stories and perspectives of the diverse peoples that call Osgoode Ward and Ottawa home.

Community Gallery