Uxbridge Historical Centre

Exhibits

NEW! Uxbridge 150 Exhibit - July 1 to September 30, 2017

What was Uxbridge like 150 years ago? Come to our new Sesquincentennial exhibit to find out what Uxbridge Township was like 150 years ago and how it has changed over the years to become the Uxbridge Township that we know today.

Uxbridge Historical Centre is located at 7239 Concession 6, Uxbridge. The Centre is open for tours June 4 - September 25, 10am - 4pm, Wednesday to Sunday (closed on holidays).

Stone Carving Project at Uxbridge Historical Centre

Artist Fly Freeman will be carving on site: Tuesday & Thursday afternoons. Her carving is weather-dependent so plase contact the museum prior to visiting.

The Arts and Visual Enhancement Committee (AVEC) has selected artist Fly Freeman to undertake the "Uxbridge Story in Stone" project, a massive stone carving that will be installed in downtown Uxbridge. Four carved panels will tell the story of the history of the town and the establishment of our trails.

The artist is on site several times a week working on one of the four 800-lb. blocks of stone. Fly Freeman brings a wealth of experience to the Historical Centre as she shapes the blocks of Indiana Limestone with the same type of hand-held tools that have been used by stone masons for generations. There are no compressors, power tools or electric grinders to create noise or dust. The work area is roped off but the public can easily view and converse with Fly in complete safety.

Uxbridge Historical Centre is located at 7239 Concession 6, Uxbridge. The Centre is open for tours June 4 - September 25, 10am - 4pm, Wednesday to Sunday (closed on holidays).