TODAY AT THE MUSEUM
North Star Exhibit
In partnership with the Parry Sound North Star, the Museum presents to the public its largest exhibit since the Avro Arrow exhibit, which first opened in 1998. This is an interactive exhibit where you are able to flip through the pages of Parry Sound history via 8 categorically organized scrapbooks. Where else can you "see" this history of Parry Sound in one room? This proves to be an innovative, six-month long exhibit that you simply cannot afford to miss.
E. Roy Smith Room - The Museum's Permanent Gallery
The E. Roy Smith Room, named after Parry Sound's former mayor and one of the founding members of the Museum, is home to the Museum's permanent collection and tells the story of Parry Sound. Through all the items in this gallery, you can learn about shipwrecks, the logging trade, the early days of northern life, and much more.