Leacock Museum National Historic Site

Office Phone 705-329-1908
E-Mail jmartynyshyn@orillia.ca
Website www.leacockmuseum.com
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Primary Contact Jenny Martynyshyn, Museum Coordinator
Hours Jun-Aug: Mon-Sun 10 am-4 pm * Sep-May: Mon-Fri 10 am-4 pm
Description and Service
Description (Agency) A National Historic Site, once the summer home of famed Canadian humourist Stephen Leacock.
Description (Service) Historical Museum offering: 
* Programs, tours and exhibits 
* Events for kids and families throughout the year 
* Author's Readings 
* Swanmore Hall is available for receptions, weddings and meetings
Eligibility No restrictions
Application Call or email
Languages English ; French - Interpretation
Fees Admission - $5 General Admission, $15 Family Rate (up to 6 people, minimum one adult, and maximum of two adults, $4.50 per person for pre-booked groups of ten or more
Volunteer Description Contact Wayne Scott c/o the Museum
Location Information
Areas Served Simcoe County
Located In Community Orillia
Address & Map
50 Museum Dr
Orillia, ON L3V 7T9
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Intersection Atherley Rd and Forest Ave
Mailing Address PO Box 625 
Orillia, ON L3V 6K5
Physical Access Fully Accessible - Swanmore Hall ; Partially Accessible - Museum
Record Details
Sup. Description The historic summer home of humourist Stephen Butler Leacock houses the world's largest archival holding of Leacock manuscripts. The collection covers the 1869 to 1944 time period, focusing on Orillia, Lake Simcoe, and Montreal as they relate to the life and times of one of Canada's most famous sons.

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