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Upcoming Events 2022

​​​Covid-19 update 
Effective Monday March 21, Simcoe County Museum does not require proof of vaccination to enter the Museum. 
distancing and masking requirements are still in effect.

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Museum Mini Explorers'​

10am - 10:50 am  Price: $6


Our popular Museum Mini Explorers program is filled with fun, interactive games and activities specially designed for toddlers and caregivers. Take a different adventure with your little one each visit, exploring a different part of the museum each time.

Forest Fun  - May 10th

​Help Ronnie the Racoon find his way home to the Red Pine House, Forestry Education Centre.  Together we will celebrate 100 years of County Forests by learning about the importance of trees through story time, activities and our interactive display.  Parent participation is required. Please dress for the weather. 

​Prehistoric Pajama Party – May 24th

Stomp your way to fun! Together we will discover prehistoric animals, create our own dinosaur craft, explore the Natural Resources gallery and play dino games. Come dressed in your coziest pajamas. Parent participation is required.  

Let's Get Messy – June 14th

Join us for a fun-filled, sensory play, story time about all things muddy. Museum mini explorers will take a puddle jumping tour of the historical buildings. Parent participation is required. Please dress for the weather. 

Big Machines - June 28th

Honk, Honk coming through!  Museum Mini Explorers will learn about different types of machines through story time, sand play and a special ride around the museum grounds. Parent participation is required. Please dress for the weather and earplugs are recommended. 

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June 11 & 12, 2022

10am - 4pm


Making Tracks​

Mountain biking in Simcoe County
May 13- September 5, 2022

From the days of the old Bone Shakers and Penny Farthings to modern Road and Mountain Bikes, Canadians have had a fascination and love of cycling since the 1800s.  In the 19th century, cycling made a thrilling sport for young, affluent Victorian men, and created new fashions and opportunities for adventure for Victorian women.  

​Popularity for the sport has varied over the years, declining with the emergence of early automobiles, rising again in the late 1960s from a growing concern for the environment and fitness.  The emergence of the mountain bike in 1982 encouraged enthusiasts in Simcoe County to create the first mountain biking activities in the area.