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Exhibits at Joseph Brant

Physical preservation of our rich past is an essential part of retaining Burlington’s living history. It is through our collections program that we nurture the relics of our past to serve our community’s cultural growth for the future. We maintain and illustrate these links to Burlington’s past through our research and artifact acquisitions, conservation, exhibition and interpretation. To retain their historical and informational value, the artifacts are not only properly cared for but documented.

The Joseph Brant Museum is dedicated to illustrating the historic founding, settlement and development of the Burlington area, past to present. Permanent displays, in-house thematic exhibit presentations of the collection and travelling exhibitions from various public and private collections across Ontario, round out our program. Covering a wide range of historic subject matter, cultural traditions and social meaning, all exhibitions are intended to broaden the notion of heritage and are supported by interpretive programming.
 

 
Artefacts Canada
 
The Joseph Brant Museum is proud to be a contributing member to Artefacts Canada, an online database containing close to 4 million object records and approximately 700,000 images from Canadian museums. This important source of information is made available to museum professionals and the public through the Canadian Heritage Information Network.
 
To view our current records, please click here.
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Eileen Collard

Joseph Brant Museums first Curator

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Community Spotlight - Burlington's Teen Tour Band

Learn more about the Burlington Teen Tour Band.

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Joseph Brant

Learn more about the life of Joseph Brant and view related artifacts in the museum's collection.

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Tom Waumsley

Learn about Tom Waumsley and view photographs from the museum collection

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