Pinhey’s Point Historic Site, also known as “Horaceville”, was the home of Hamnet Kirkes Pinhey, a British settler who became a leading member of Upper Canada.
Camp fires, star gazing, storytelling and picnics – this museum has it all! This beautiful country estate provides you with a chance to enjoy the surroundings and have fun in the great outdoors.
Pinhey’s Point is a perfect destination for boaters, picnickers and anyone interested in exploring our ample green space. Open May-August, with seasonal programming offered throughout the year.
270 Pinhey’s Point Road
Dunrobin, ON K0A 1T0
Tel: 613-832-4347 (May to August)
Tel: 613-247-4830 (September to April)
In 2017, the museum will from open May 14 through September 3, Wednesdays to Sundays, 10 am to 5 pm. The museum will be open on weekends from September 9 through October 8, 10 am to 5 pm.
Special programming is also offered throughout the year. Times may vary for special events and programs. The park is open year-round.
We welcome private tours even when the museum is not open to the general public. Contact the museum to make arrangements.
Daily admission to the museum is by donation.
Special event and program fees may apply. Contact the museum for special group rates. Family rates allow for a maximum of two adults.