Tweed Heritage Centre

Tweed Heritage Centre

The Tweed Heritage Centre is open year-round and is often frequented by researches and genealogists who come to peruse the Meiklejohn Reference Room and Morton Archives.

All visitors are welcome to come and learn more about Tweed’s past and to discover the site’s Houston House, originally built in 1897. The Centre also functions as a local art gallery featuring arts and crafts displays.


40 Victoria St. North
Tweed, Ontario

Tweed Heritage Centre

Monday to Saturday:
9 a.m. to 12 p.m.; 1 p.m. to 5 p.m.

Open year-round.

Guided tours cost $3.00 for those over the age of 12. For more information, phone 613-478-3989.

Location: Box 665 40 Victoria St. N., Tweed

The Tweed Heritage Centre, a one-stop introduction to the Tweed area, features an Information Bureau, Local Arts & Crafts room, Art Gallery, Museum, Reference Room and Archives, and a Genealogical Centre. Discover our extensive, comprehensive collections.

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