TRENT PORT MUSEUM
Built in 1861, the Trent Port Museum is situated within the original town hall. The town's history is documented here.
Location: 55 King Street, Trenton
Recommended Duration: 1h 30 min
Open: Saturday 8am - 8pm
Telephone: 613-392-2841 ext. 7100
Jam packed with stories, pictures and pure history , there are some pretty cool items on display. For a smaller place they have a lot of history. Very interesting.
A museum and a Cafe, there are home cooked soup and sandwiches, weekly specials, and home made pastry and cakes. Servers are all volunteers and add to the homey experiece. Every time I stop in I find out something new about the history of Trenton while enjoying a cup and a treat! The people working (volunteering) are very knowledgeable.
Set in the old city hall, this museum has a number of exhibits in one large room, and a remarkable collection of old photographs of the city and surroundings.
The Clock Tower constructed in 1888, from the best quality limestone, is located at the corner of King and Dundas Streets. The Tower is attached to the old Town Hall. The approximate height of the tower is 90 feet. Clocks on four sides of the octagonal tower toll the hour.
The Clock Tower was designated as a heritage property under the Ontario Heritage Act for architectural and historic reasons in 1979.
Latitude: 44.1008795 or N 44o 6' 3.17"
Longitude: -77.5785363 or W 77o 34' 42.73"
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