Ron Gostlin
88 Brunel Road, Huntsville, ON, P1H 1R1

Phone: 705-789-7576 ext. 3210

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Feature Exhibit

Healthy Huntsville: A Brief History of Health Care in Huntsville

New Exhibit January 2018

The "Healthy Huntsville" exhibit is collaborative between The Town of Huntsville/Muskoka Heritage Place, Muskoka Algonquin Health Care, Huntsville Hospital Auxiliary and the Huntsville Hospital Foundation. Representatives of each organization addressed those present, bringing messages of pride in the past and solidarity in the future. Information on how to support each partner organization today is included in the exhibit. Muskoka Heritage Place's annual visitation is 15,000 people. Health care workers receive complimentary admission to "Healthy Huntsville" located in the Muskoka Museum at 88 Brunel Road with their affiliated identification. 

The exhibit is now open to the public. Visitors will enjoy a historic look at the history of health care in Huntsville, and it is a robust and interesting one. From snake oil to strange operations, from scary processes to seasoned and reasoned doctors and pre-payment plans, health care in Huntsville has long been a community endeavour.

More information to come.

Muskoka at War

We are excited to present this new exhibit in the spring of 2014.
One hundred years ago the world went to war. This spring, Muskoka Heritage Place will recognize the sacrifices made on the battlefield and at home with a showcase of locally-pertinent WWI artifacts, featuring several items specific to Muskoka's own 122nd Battalion, information panels and historic images, to honour the 100th anniversary of the "The Great War".

The temporary exhibit will be on display from 2014 to 2016.


Muskoka's First People

Chief Bigwin (Black and White)Museum Display year-round

Developed in co-operation with:

G'Nadjiwon Ki - Aboriginal Tourism Association
Muskoka Community Futures Development Corporation
Canadian Heritage - Patrimoine Canadien