Markham Museum opens its doors and its ground as a venue for weddings, parties, corporate meetings, and other important events. The Museum offers small and large meeting and banquet rooms, as well as beautiful grounds for your outdoor party. You and your guests can spend time in the Museum before or after your party or meeting to get a taste of Canadian history.
The overall theme of the Markham Museum exhibits is the interesting and romantic history of Markham village itself. In addition to historical displays within the Museum, the grounds are home to well-preserved buildings from the past. These include permanent exhibits like the Christian K. Hoover house (c. 1824), the Nathan Chapman Jr. House (c. 1834), the James Maxwell Log Cabin (c. 1850), and the Ninth Line Baptist Church (1848). The grounds are also home to other town sites from the 1800’s, including a train station, a saw mill, a cider mill and a blacksmith shop.
Markham Museum is conveniently located in the village of Markham, just minutes from downtown Toronto. The venue is available for reservations throughout the year. Simply contact the Museum for a tour of the building and grounds so you can make your venue decision based on the facts and visual appeal of this amazing party venue.