We are not hosting weddings for after September 2015 based on the development of the Museum’s Master Plan that was approved by Regional Council earlier this year. The Museum’s new Master Plan calls for it to be transformed over the next few years into the Halton Heritage Centre. In an innovative model for the delivery of regional heritage services, the Museum will not only continue to care for the Region’s own collection but will establish much closer working relationships with other historical organizations and institutions and support their work by providing professional services in exhibit planning and design, public program development and artifact conservation. The Museum will also work with the heritage community to begin to develop traveling exhibits for use by the heritage network throughout the Region. If you are considering 2015 dates, some dates are still available prior to July 2015.
The Halton Region Museum is located in a picturesque setting beneath the Niagara Escarpment inside Kelso Conservation Park in Milton, Ontario. Visitors can explore indoor exhibits and outdoor trails which focus on Halton's history. Parking and entry to Kelso Conservation Area are free for guests to the Museum. Whether it's a barbeque on the patio, a family celebration in front of a fireplace, ring toss in the yard, a guided tour of the Museum, or a hike up the escarpment - the Halton Region Museum offers a variety of possibilities for any occasion. The fully renovated Halton Region Museum features two charming banquet and meeting rooms at the foot of the Niagara Escarpment. The Hearth Room - located on the first floor of the historic Alexander Barn and featuring field stone walls, large open-hearth fireplace, and adjoining uncovered patio - accommodates 100 guests for dinner or 140 guests for cocktail reception. The Loft Room accommodates 25 guests for dinner or 65 guests for reception.
Halton Region Museum, Milton — Full working fireplace - 2nd floor of Alexander Barn. Ideal for change room, back up ceremony room, meetings up to 40, receptions for up to 60 people
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