Our history and heritage is a major part of our Town's culture. We are home to many museums and historical sites that showcase our rich past.
Allan Macpherson House
Built in 1826, this historic home now operates as a museum, continuously hosting a number of activities and events open to the public every year. It stands as one of the County's finest examples of early 19th century architecture. For more information, please visit the Allan Macpherson House website.
County of Lennox & Addington Museum and Archives
The changing exhibits displayed at the Museum allow visitors to step into the County's past, while the papers and documents found in the reading room of the Archives inspire guests to dive into their own family's history as well as the Town's. The Museum also hosts many events for people of all ages to enjoy. For more information, please visit the County of Lennox and Addington Museum and Archives website.
St. Alban's Centre
St. Alban’s, constructed in 1884, has a rich past as a church built to commemorate the Centennial of the landing of the United Empire Loyalists in Adolphustown.
Today St. Alban’s Centre has a promising future as a community resource hosting tours, events, and a small outdoor cafe in a unique, heritage building.
Located on the Loyalist Parkway in the hamlet of Adolphustown, we invite you to drop by and experience St. Alban’s Centre.
To learn more, please visit St. Alban's Centre's website.
UEL Heritage Centre and Park
Located at the place where the first United Empire Loyalists landed in 1784, the historical building and surrounding land are now a museum and camping ground perfect for all ages. For more information, please visit the UEL Heritage Centre and Park website.