Sitting on more than 80 acres alongside the Ottawa River, Pinhey’s Point Historic Site features a nearly 200-year-old manor house and surrounding ruins. The museum represents the last remaining example of the homes, aspirations, and mixed fortunes of the March Township Gentry. Discover early settler life through the eyes of the Pinhey family as you explore the house, grounds, and exhibitions and chat with our interpreters about this unique site. Pack a picnic and make a day of it while you enjoy the stunning views of the water and Gatineau hills.
Guided tours (45 minutes) will be offered at 10 am (English), 11 am (English), 1 pm (English), 2 pm (French), 3 pm (English), and 4 pm (English). Please sign up for your preferred tour on arrival; space is limited. Visitors are also welcome to enjoy self-guided exploration of the museum and grounds.
Saturday, June 3 and Sunday, June 4 from 10 am to 5 pm
Admission is free
*The museum is located in a historic house. Due to building standards of the time, not all parts of the museum may be accessible to all. Please note that the second floor of the museum is accessible by stairs only. If you have event participation questions due to disability or have concerns regarding the accessibility of the event, please contact the museum by phone at 613-832-4347 or by email at email@example.com(link opens email application). Additional information about accessibility can be found on the museum web page: ottawa.ca/PinheysPoint.