Ridge House Museum
Built for Mr. and Mrs. George Muholland and family in 1875, the same year Ridgetown was incorporated as a village, the Ridge House Museum is a typical middle-class working man’s family home.
The Ridge House Museum structure and grounds have been restored to their original appearance and, inside the house, period furnishings and accessories are displayed to reveal the lifestyle of a middle-class family in Ridgetown in 1875. Guests will experience the customs and values of Victorian rural life through interactive tours, interpretive programs, and special events carried out by professional costumed staff.
Open daily 1pm – 5pm, from the first day of spring to the first day of autumn. Christmas Hours: December 1 to December 23. Admission by donation. Group tours and programs are available by appointment year-round.
For more information, log on to www.theculturalcentre.com
Address: 53 Erie Street South, Ridgetown, ON N0P 2C0