Welcome to Joseph Brant Museum
Discover Burlington’s rich cultural past and early foundations at Joseph Brant Museum, named after the famous Mohawk who first settled at the Head-of-the-Lake. Housed in a replica of Joseph Brant’s original home, the museum was founded in 1942 and features a large collection of locally and nationally significant historic costumes, artifacts and archival material.
March 20, 2015
Our KIDS 'N MOTION summer camp is now open for registration! KIDS 'N MOTION is an active summer camp program with emphasis on games and activities that connect with physical literacy. Children will enjoy discovering recreation and sport in the past and present through fun and interactive programming that will keep them on their feet and active throughout the day.
April 11, 2015
Drop-in for a fun Lego Club every Saturday at Joseph Brant Museum! Please note: This is not a guided program. All children must be accompanied by an adult.
April 11, 2015
Joseph Brant Museum is hosting a presentation from the United Empire Loyalist Association of Canada, Hamilton Branch. Learn about the early settlers, refugees to Canada, who fought on the British side during the American Revolutionary War, with emphasis on the final battles, resettlement, free land grants, Black loyalists, the First Nations and the contribution of the early settlers to our heritage.
WHERE: Joseph Brant Museum, 1240 North Shore Blvd.