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Elman W Campbell Museum

134 Main St S, Newmarket, Ontario L3Y 3Y7, Canada
+1 905-953-5314
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Small but nice...

If you walk on historic Main Street anyway, stop by the museum and enjoy their display of days long... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
White B
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Newmarket, Canada
Home Child exhibit

Thanks for your British Home Child exhibit. So meaningful to my family! Wish it had been on longer... read more

Reviewed October 7, 2017
jjpublic2017
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Toronto, Canada
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3 weeks ago
“Small but nice...”
Oct 7, 2017
“Home Child exhibit”
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134 Main St S, Newmarket, Ontario L3Y 3Y7, Canada
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

If you walk on historic Main Street anyway, stop by the museum and enjoy their display of days long gone. Don't miss their Garage Sale at the beginning of each summer.

Thank White B
Reviewed October 7, 2017

Thanks for your British Home Child exhibit. So meaningful to my family! Wish it had been on longer. Any chance it can come back?

Thank jjpublic2017
Reviewed August 13, 2017

This is a great little museum for families with yung children. The museum and its friendly staff do a great job of educating people about the history of Newmarket and its earliest residents. My little boy loves the model train that travels around a scale...More

Thank alightstone
Reviewed January 10, 2017

I took the time to visit during their tree exhibit , it was interesting to see the trees change over time. The gallery shop was open , the prices were so fair. People in the community gave lovey pieces to share and so the prices...More

Thank Darlene649
Reviewed December 19, 2016

The museum is one of Newmarkets hidden gems. We have a rich history in Newmarket and its all on display at the Eman W Campbell Museum. If you haven't been you should go.

Thank David R
Reviewed August 3, 2016 via mobile

Went with my kids, 3 and 10yrs old and niece 14yrs old, they really enjoyed the trip. They asked a lot of questions and were very engaged. We will be making this a yearly visit for the family! And it's FREE!

Thank J G
Reviewed March 16, 2016

What a lovely stroll through the history of Newmarket and area. We entered by the front door and were greeted by enthusiastic guides. Jim Nuttall showed us around taking pirticular pride in the Scouting exhibit.The building had a great history too. A fun hour or...More

Thank Lynette C
Reviewed March 12, 2016

A great stop for scouts, brownies students to see the history of the local area. Small but nice but the kids enjoy it. Some very knowledgeable voluteers

Thank worldtraveller13341
Reviewed February 29, 2016

We have been here many times with different youth groups, and it is always good the first time you go. Lots of kids activities, trying on period hats, some vintage toys to try but they get bored looking at same displays every year so we...More

Thank mlynnb
Reviewed January 9, 2016

worth checking out lots of neat items to see from world war, 1800s, early 1900s to present. the staff are friendly and its free. Donations

Thank Monopoly83
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