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What’s On

Explore The Canadian Canoe Museum’s wide variety of programs, events, activities, and workshops and immerse yourself in culture, heritage, and the outdoors.

Whether you’re looking to paddle, connect with the community, learn a new skill, or book a space for your next event or meeting, there is a space for you here at the Museum!

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See more about Schools, Camps, and Adult Workshops & Courses.

An aerial concept render of the new museum along Ashburnham Drive, with Little Lake in the background.

Grand Opening

Celebrating the Grand Opening of the new Canadian Canoe Museum will be an iconic moment in Canadian history.

Learn about our Grand Opening events
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Annual Events

Curious which events return year after year?

Find out more about our annual events
A render of the Multipurpose Event Room and Upper Terrace. Round tables and chairs line the room, which features an expansive window and door to the Upper Terrace with west-facing views of Little Lake and the Lakefront Campus.

Facility & Event Rentals

Looking to use our indoor spaces and/or beautiful waterfront campus for your special event?

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The Canadian Canoe Museum respectfully acknowledges that we are situated on the Treaty 20 Michi Saagiig territory and the traditional territory covered by the Williams Treaties First Nations. The Canadian Canoe Museum also recognizes the contributions of Indigenous Peoples including First Nations, Inuit and Métis, in shaping this community and country as a whole.

As an organization that stewards the world’s largest and most significant collection of canoes, kayaks & paddled watercraft, we will honour and share the cultural histories and stories within the collection in all that we do.

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2077 Ashburnham Dr
Peterborough, ON
K9L 1P8
CANADA

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