There’s something for everyone at the Treasure Chest Museum. Our one-of-a-kind museum contains hundreds of items that are sure to fascinate individuals of all ages. Our modern two-storey building contains a wide assortment of tools from nearly every trade, a blacksmith forge and many collections. The upper floor contains household items.

Norman Hagedorn and his wife, Ina, devoted their retirement years to collecting antiques. In 1985, Norman opened his collection as a museum to the public. The museum is now maintained by the Municipality of Arran-Elderslie and is run by community volunteers. It is open to the public during the summer months and by appointment.

May 16 to July 1: Sat & Sun 11am-4pm
July 1 to Labour Day Weekend: 7 days a week 11am-4pm
Labour Day Weekend to Thanksgiving: Sat 11am-4pm and Sun 1pm-4pm
After Thanksgving by appointment or chance!

407 Queen St

353-7176