Pinhey’s Point Historic Site, also known as “Horaceville”, was the home of Hamnet Kirkes Pinhey, a British settler who became a leading member of Upper Canada.
Camp fires, star gazing, storytelling and picnics – this museum has it all! This beautiful country estate provides you with a chance to enjoy the surroundings and have fun in the great outdoors.
Pinhey’s Point is a perfect destination for boaters, picnickers and anyone interested in exploring our ample green space.
Open May-September, with seasonal programming offered throughout the year.
Wednesdays to Sundays, 10 am to 5 pm. The museum will be open on weekends from May through September, 10 am to 5 pm. Special programming is also offered throughout the year. Times may vary for special events and programs. The park is open year-round.
We welcome private tours even when the museum is not open to the general public. Contact the museum to make arrangements.
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