Sam Waller Museum (PHS)


Peruse the eclectic curiosities that tell the stories of the area's natural and human history.

Sam Waller Museum (PHS) contains the unique and extensive natural and human history collections of Sam Waller, a teacher and passionate collector. Housed in the former Community Building and Court House, a provincial designated heritage building built in 1916, the museum exhibits tell the fascinating stories of this historic community and region. Historical walking tours are available. Open daily, July and August 10 a.m. - 5 p.m.; September to June 1 p.m. - 5 p.m. Admission charged; by donation on Wednesdays. Group rates available. Also, join Sam Waller Museum staff for a historical walking tour of the downtown area, where you’ll discover fascinating facts about “Millionaire’s Row” and an 1896 church with a connection to a Franklin expedition search party. Tel. 204-623-3802; fax: 204-623-5506 Web: E-mail: Location: 306 Fischer Avenue.