Looking for answers? Here are some ways to find them!
Access our information yourself, or have us research for you!
If you would like to set up a time to access our collection, or have one of our staff members research your question for you, you can submit a research request form.
The form is available below, and can be emailed to our staff at the following email address: email@example.com
Archival Research Request Form
The Gananoque Reporter
Search for your loved ones in this online database
The Gananoque Reporter is our local newspaper, which dates back to the 1800s. Various years of the paper have been indexed, allowing you to find references to people you may know or be related to. You can search the indexed names in the following database:
Special thanks to Mary Griffin, Geraldine Chase, Bea Clarke, and Eileen Truesdell, who created this database and have allowed it to be accessed by the public for free.
Learn from the best with a guided tour!
Participate in a guided tour of the museum with our knowledgeable and friendly staff, or tour on your own with our self-guided booklet.
Guided tours can be booked ahead of time. Contact us for details.
Self-guided tours booklets are currently available at the museum's front desk, and an audio tour is coming soon. Stay tuned for details!