104 Lang Rd, Keene, ON K0L 2G0, Canada

Established in 1967, Lang Pioneer Village Museum is an outdoor museum featuring over 25 restored and recreated buildings typical of a small 19th-century village. Many of the buildings were relocated to the Village from within the County of Peterborough in order to preserve the region’s history. Located just north of Keene, Ontario, Lang Pioneer Village is nestled on the shores of the Indian River and boasts a fully-operational Grist Mill. Costumed interpreters roam the picturesque Village demonstrating the life and trades of a 19th-century settler in Peterborough County. Lang Pioneer Village is the perfect location to retreat from the hustle and bustle of modern living and enjoy the pleasures of an era gone by. The Village is open seven days a week from 10 am to 4pm, Father’s Day to Labour Day and hosts a variety of annual special events. Step back 200 years in time and enjoy a day like no other!

The Museum Shop features exciting gifts and locally-crafted items for sale including historical books, traditional toys, natural bath & beauty items, ironware, hand-dyed wool, traditional music CD’s and one-of-a-kind items.

Lang Pioneer Village Museum has a wide variety of teaching resource books in stock to meet primary curriculum expectations, as well as adult special interest reads.

The Visitor Centre at Lang Pioneer Village Museum houses two galleries. The Main Gallery is a long-term exhibit gallery. Exhibits in the MacKelvie Gallery are temporary and will profile special event themes or the work of local artists, photographers and craftspeople.

Admission :

  • Adults- $10
  • Students & Seniors (60+) – $8
  • Youths 5 to 14 Years of Age – $5
  • Children Under 5 Years of Age – Free
  • Family Pass (includes 2 Adults and up to 4 Youths) – $30
  • All Taxes Included
Mapview of The Lang Pioneer Village Museum

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