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Enjoy the Shop & Cafe

Shop & Cafe

Whether you’re visiting the Museum to see our world-class collection, grabbing a coffee to go, or popping in for some lunch and shopping, The Canadian Canoe Museum’s atrium is open to the public and visitors alike – no need to purchase admission.

Hours of Operation

The Museum’s Exhibition Hall, Store, and Lakefront Campus all have the same hours of operation.

The Cafe will open 1 hour earlier than the rest of the Museum, and food will no longer be served 1 hour before closing. Baked goods, ice cream, and beverages will still be available.

Monday to Sunday10:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Thursday10:00 AM to 8:00 PM
Closed Christmas Day, Boxing Day, New Year’s Day
A green Paddler's Ale t-shirt and baseball hat, a wooden canoe paddle rack, Original Highways by Roy McGregor, a ceramic mug with The Canadian Canoe Museum's logo, and a puzzle of a canoe on a lake.

The Canadian Canoe Museum Store

Browse this thoughtfully curated store inspired by canoes, kayaks and paddling, and all the places they can take us! The perfect place to shop for your home, cottage, or next adventure, we carry a range of clothing, books, and unique creations by local, Canadian, and Indigenous artists.

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The Silver Bean Cafe

We are partnered with the Silver Bean Cafe to bring our visitors locally roasted coffee and handcrafted espresso drinks, as well as in-house desserts, specialty sandwiches, ice cream and more. The Silver Bean’s delectable menu options will fuel your Museum roaming or outdoor adventures!

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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

Phone: 705-748-9153

Email: [email protected]


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