Plan Your Visit
The Oshawa Museum offers tours year round!
Start your visit at Guy House (Yellow Building)
If you have questions before your visit, please call 905-436-7624 x 106 or send an email to the programming department (email@example.com)
The Museum Buildings
The Henry House Heritage Gardens
The Heritage Gardens behind Henry House feature various perennial herbal plots, including culinary, medicinal, tea and dye herbs. The garden space is interpreted as the family's garden, illustrating how the herbs would have been used and why. The Heritage Gardens feature two designated heritage trees, recognized by Trees Ontario, a fleur-de-lis from the Centre Street United Church, dated 1874, and a garden brick donor walkway.
The gardens are used for programming throughout the summer, including our popular Victorian Teas and Yoga in the Garden.
What's in the Robinson House Galleries
Archival photographs of units, camps, and local landmarks, uniforms through the years, private collections, and memories shared by the community bring the history of guiding and scouting to life.
In accordance with Ontario Public Health guidelines, wearing a face mask inside the Museum is no longer required, however the OM encourages all visitors who wish to wear a face mask to continue to do so, based on their discretion and comfort level.
- Self Screening
Signs are posted encouraging social distancing and self-screening upon entrance. Plexiglass shield at the main desk at Guy House.
- Hand sanitizer stations
Hand Sanitizer Stations are located in each Museum building for visitor use.