Lambton (County of). Cultural Services

Site: Oil Springs - Kelly Rd

Service: Oil Museum of Canada, National Historic Site

Contact Information
Office Phone 519-834-2840
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Description and Service Details
Description (Service) The museum and outdoor exhibit buildings contain a wealth of petroleum industry artifacts, working exhibits, kerosene lamps, fascinating stories, intriguing photographs and more! There are many odd and unique treasures from the International drillers - snake skins, butterflies, brass urns, bead work - all brought home by pioneer oilmen who travelled the world starting in 1873 in search of oil. Visitors can also see tools, dishes, photos, bird eggs, Peruvian water jugs, rocks, clocks and more. This is a unique history - endless fascinating stories and photos depicting the frenzy of excitement in an oil boom town! National Historic Site.
Hours Nov. 1 - Apr 30 Mon - Fri 10 am-5 pm ; May 1 - Oct 31 - 10 am-5 pm daily
Areas Served Lambton County ; Oil Springs
Eligibility No restrictions
Application Call or walk in
Languages English
Fees $5.00-Adults  
$4.00-Seniors 65+/students  
$3.00-Children 12 and under  
$15.00-Family (parents and dependants)  
Membership available
Agency Information
Established 1960
Site Information
Located In Community Oil Springs
Address & Map
2423 Kelly Rd
Oil Springs, ON N0N 1P0
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Intersection Corner of Gum Bed Line and Kelly Road. Please enter from Gum Bed Line.
Mailing Address PO Box 16 
Oil Springs, ON N0N 1P0
Physical Access Partially Accessible - parking, ramp

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