COVID-19 Facility Closure
The Sturgeon River House Museum is closed until further notice. The Nature Trails remain open, but please be mindful of other hikers and maintain physical distancing. For information on renting the banquet hall, visit the Halls page.
More than just a museum
The Sturgeon River House Museum, located on the west bank of the Sturgeon River, promotes and preserves the cultural and natural heritage of the Municipality of West Nipissing. The Museum presents the fur trade era from 1623 to 1879, and pioneer life in West Nipissing between 1878 and 1939, along with cultural contributions among groups in the region.
General Admission: $4 + tax
Guided tours: $6 + tax
Hours of Operation
Closed until further notice
Hall rentals: 705-753-0160
250 Fort Road, Sturgeon Falls, ON P2B 2N7
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At the Museum
Go back in time and enjoy a family picnic at the Museum’s Inner Courtyard by the Sturgeon River. Here you’ll also find LaForge Charles, a workable blacksmith shop, the Duquette Icehouse, and Maison Major, a pioneer-style home.
Take home a locally made or regionally-themed souvenir to mark your memories at the Museum’s gift shop.
Stop by for a concert, play, or one of the many fun-filled events at the Museum!
Theodore Fouriezoes Wetlands Park
Explore the Theodore Fouriezoes Wetlands Park – a 1-kilometre low-impact walking trail by natural cranberry bogs and scenery overlooking Lake Nipissing. Want to try something different? Rent snowshoes for the trail in the winter.
School and Group Tours
Contact the Museum today to book your school or group tour visit, or have the Mobile Museum to come to you!
Cost: $5 per person
Choose the location and we’ll bring you hands-on educational exhibits that encourage participants to play and learn about nature, animals and our region’s pioneers.
The Museum offers boat launching with access to the Sturgeon River with the purchase of a seasonal pass.