The Iroquois Falls Pioneer Museum is a non-profit organization, governed by a Board of Directors, created to collect, preserve and interpret the history of Iroquois Falls for the period of the arrival of the first Europeans in 1686 through to the settlement of Iroquois Falls until the present, with special emphasis on pioneer life, by means of a museum, educational programs and public events.
**The Historical Society Board meets on the second Wednesday of each month at 1:30 p.m. at the Iroquois Falls Pioneer Museum.**
| Pioneer Museum - 705-258-3730
Experience days gone by with the Iroquois Falls Pioneer Museum.
Over 5,000 artifacts including written reference matrial and picture images.
The museum operates on a seasonal basis from May 1st - September 15th.
Pre-arranged Tours available throughout the year!
In the Off-Season, Please Email Denis Charette or Call
Iroquois Falls Pioneer Museum
The DeTroyes Expedition
How Iroquois Falls Came To Get Its Strange Name
The Great Fire of 1916 - Nushka
Ansons Folly - The Story of Iroquois Falls
The Iroquois Falls Historical Society proudly presents
this long-awaited account of the history of Iroquois Falls.
Quanity is limited. CONTACT DENIS CHARETTE OR
PURCHASE YOURS TODAY AT: The Iroquois Falls
Pioneer Museum, Town Hall, or the Anson General
Hospital’s Tuck Shop $30.00 + GST.
IROQUOIS FALLS HISTORICAL SOCIETY
Secretary: Michael Shea
Treasurer: Ramona Pepin
President/Curator: Denis Charette
Director/Assistant Curator: Carol Ann McGregor
Directors: Alexa Wollan, Chamber of Commerce
Over 2,000 historical images