While anytime is a great time to explore the many local museums and galleries, May is a particularly wonderful time – it’s Museum Month!
Now in its second year, Octopus Red, working closely with the Brant Museums and Galleries Association and Tourism Brantford, present Brant Museum Crawl from May 18 to May 28 in Brantford, the County of Brant, and Six Nations of the Grand River.
Brant Museum Crawl is a community-wide initiative aimed at highlighting the incredible museums and galleries that open their doors to the community with free and low-cost programming for all ages throughout the year.
This year, there are 12 museums and galleries participating, including: Woodland Cultural Centre, Bell Homestead, Glenhyrst Art Gallery of Brant, Paris Museum & Archives, Adelaide Hunter Hoodless National Historic Site, Canadian Military Heritage Museum, Brant Museum & Archives, Chiefswood National Historic Site, Personal Computer Museum, South Dumfries Historical Society, Ontario Genealogical Society – Brant County Branch, and Her Majesty’s Royal Chapel of the Mohawks.
Enjoy brand new exhibits, walking tours, open houses, and special events over 10 days. It’s a great time to explore your local museums, and meet the wonderful people who develop exceptional programming for the community year-round.
Pick up brochures at one of the participating museums or at the Brantford Visitor and Tourism Centre (399 Wayne Gretzky Parkway) to plan your week. To RSVP to the event on Facebook, click here.
For a full list of events happening during Brant Museum Crawl, click here to open a new browser window.