The Beachville District Museum is home to a vast selection of historical artifacts that will delight both young and old.

Aside from numerous displays, luscious parkland and special events that are held throught the year, the museum is also home to the First Recorded Baseball Game in North America.

Beachville Museum outside

Inside the Museum
Marvel at beautifully restored rooms, interesting period items, Mastadon bones found on the O.J. Bond farm, a history of limestone quarries, rotating displays, our gift shop and a baseball display describing the first baseball game. More...

Agricultural Annex
The Museum's two agricultural buildings contain a vast array of farm implements, miniature building displays, tools and many items from our local area.

The Grounds
Stroll the park-like grounds and discover old farm implements, the outdoor theatre and a gazebo to relax in. The grounds are also a favourite place for wedding receptions, family gatherings and a perfect place to take photographs. More...

Childre's Programs Special Events
Throughout the year, the Museum features Special Events and Programs for children and adults alike. We offer educational programs about History, Science & Technology, Crafts and much more.
Visit our Events page for more info...


• Special Events and Programs
• Indoor and Outdoor Exhibits
• Tourist Information & Gift Shop
• First Recoded Baseball Game
• 4.5 Acres of Lush Parkland


A Community Museum Partnership of
South-West Oxford and Zorra Townships
Beachville District Historical Society

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Beachville District Museum • 584367 Beachville Road, Beachville, Ontario • Telephone: 519-423-6497
Open Monday to Saturday: 9:30 am to 4:30 pm - Sundays: 1:00 pm to 4:30 pm