The Oil Museum of Canada National Historic Site is inviting local students, families and members of the public to experience the magic of the holidays at its Christmas Open House on next week’s upcoming PA Day, Friday, November 22 from 11 a.m. until 4 p.m.
Visitors will “travel back in time” with costumed staff to learn what life was like during the holiday season in the 1880s. Guests can tour through the decorated” museum, take part in festive, family-friendly activities like candle making and Christmas crafts, enjoy warm apple cider and holiday treats, and even visit with Santa!
While admission to this event is free, visitors are asked to bring a non-perishable food item or canned good donation for the local food bank.
The Oil Museum of Canada, a National Historic Site, tells the story of Lambton County’s important contributions to the development of the world’s oil industry. Central to the Oil Heritage Conservation District, the museum benefits local residents and visitors by increasing their understanding and appreciation of this unique industrial heritage area.
For more information on the Oil Museum of Canada, visit www.oilmuseum.ca or follow the museum on Facebook.