Lincoln Museum & Cultural Centre
Town of Lincoln Museum & Cultural Centre
- Visit the Website: lincolnmuseum.ca
- Inquiries by Phone: 905-563-2799 ext. 319 (Monday to Friday, 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.)
- Share your love of history in the new museum facility! To apply to volunteer at the museum, fill out a Volunteer Application and submit it to firstname.lastname@example.org Download Download Volunteer Form (69.23 KB)
Between October 11 and October 31, online program registration will be unavailable during the transition period. Program registration will be available by:
- Telephone: 905-563-2799 ext. 319
- E-mail: email@example.com
- In-Person: Fleming Centre and at the Lincoln Museum and Cultural Centre
The Town of Lincoln's Museum and Cultural Centre: Home of the Jordan Historical Museum of the Twenty is located at the heart of the beautiful Niagara Region. We are dedicated to the enrichment of the cultural fabric of our community. Join us as we share, learn, and acknowledge our local history and culture.
The Museum is located within the village of Jordan, Ontario. Just a short walk down Main Street brings you to the shops and amenities of Jordan Village, including the Jordan Art Gallery, Inn on the Twenty, and the Heritage Giftshop. Our site encompasses 1.3 acres of land, bordered by the Niagara escarpment, and directly connects to the Twenty Valley Trail. Our site is also home to several historical buildings and commemorative sites, including the Fry House, the Schoolhouse, and Haines Cemetery.
3800 Main St. Jordan
Hours of Operation:
- Monday: closed
- Tuesday - Thursday: 10 a.m. - 5 p.m.
- Friday: 10 a.m. - 8 p.m.
- Saturday & Sunday: 10 a.m. - 5 p.m.
By donation ($5 suggested)
Tel: 905-563-2799 ext. 292 or Email
About the Museum:
The Jordan Historical Museum of the Twenty was founded in 1953 by a group of community volunteers. The purpose of the Museum was to capture and preserve the history of the Town of Lincoln, with particular attention focused on the Twenty Mile Creek area, from early pioneer settlement to established communities. In 1995 ownership of the Museum was transferred to the Town of Lincoln.
The Town defined the Museum's mandate to “serve the cultural life of the community by acquiring, conserving, studying, contributing, assembling and exhibiting a collection of artifacts of historical significance for the instruction and enjoyment of the community”. The Museum continued to be referred to as the Jordan Historical Museum until 2017 when it relocated to an interim location. It is now known as The Lincoln Museum and Cultural Centre: Home of the Jordan Historical Museum of the Twenty.
In 2017, after approximately twenty years of advocacy and planning by the community and the municipality, work began on the construction project of the new museum facility. The new museum facility was completed in 2021.
The Lincoln Museum and Cultural Centre: Home of the Jordan Historical Museum of the Twenty will be a vibrant gathering place that shapes our community by engaging and inspiring residents and visitors in the celebration of heritage and culture.
The Lincoln Museum and Cultural Centre: Home of the Jordan Historical Museum of the Twenty is dedicated to the interpretation, exhibition, research, collection and preservation of past, present, and future narratives relevant to the Town and the Niagara Region. Enriching the cultural fabric of our community through inclusive engagements will empower us to listen, learn, and love our history.
- For more info, read our Lincoln Museum & Cultural Centre Strategic Plan.
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