Coldwater Canadiana Museum

Coldwater Canadiana Heritage Museum (Woodrow Homestead) A fine restored house, in its original location on the bank of the Coldwater River, where historical artifacts are displayed. The back room was the original house built in the 1840s by Archibald Woodrow, an early Scottish Settler, and the two-storey front part was added in 1864. A carriage house, barn, print shop, blacksmith’s shop and railway flag station have been moved on to the homestead. A new one storey garage has been built which houses two vintage fire trucks.

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