Peterborough Museum & Archives
Looking for the perfect place for your next barbeque or wedding? The Museum' Heritage Pavilion may suit your needs!
The Heritage Pavilion was originally built in the 1840s as a Methodist Meeting House in Peterborough. It was demolished in 1996 and the 150 year old roof trusses, posts, beams, wooden pegs and other materials were salvaged and re-constructed adjacent to the Museum in Ashburnham Memorial Park.
This Historic Pavilion is available for your special event! The Pavilion makes a great venue for community events, weddings, small concerts, group picnics, parties and receptions.
- Capacity 200
- Concrete floor
- Full roof
- Roll-down side wall blinds
- Electrical outlets
- Picnic tables available
- Scenic location, free parking available, barrier-free washrooms available in the Museum building during Museum open hours.
To book this venue, please contact:
- Pavilion Rentals, (Terri-Lynn Johnston at City of Peterborough)
- Tel: 705-742-7777 ext. 1829