|Open daily through July and August (10 to 5); Monday to Friday (10 - 4) from April to December or by appointment.|
Located next to the Northern Ontario Logging Memorial on Hwy 17, Timber Village Museum houses, exhibits and interprets artifacts and archival
materials relating to the history of Blind River and area with a special focus on the local logging and lumbering industry. In addition to the Pioneer and McFadden Lumber Heritage Galleries is a large temporary exhibit space where exhibitions of local artists and artisans are held. A spacious gift shop greets the visitor upon arrival. Timber Village is proud of its photograph collection of 2000 photos depicting life in early Blind River and area as well as the lumber camps of the Blind River and Mississaugi rivers area between Spanish and Thessalon.
Annual events include Voyageur Days Living History Re-enactment in late May and early June and Lumberjack Dinner and Silent Auction the Saturday prior to Thanksgiving holiday.
Memberships available upon request.