Backus-Page House Museum operated by the Tyrconnell Heritage Society, situated in picturesque John E. Pearce Provincial Park, just south of Wallacetown, Ontario. We are in the heart of the Talbot Settlement, on the shores of Lake Erie. Enjoy the Storey Wetlands Trail, Spicer Trail, heritage gardens, historic barn, outbuildings, and our 1850s Georgian style house museum. Discover period room settings that tell the story of the Backus and Page families and changing exhibits showcasing the rural communities of Dutton-Dunwich and West Elgin.
Backus-page House Museum
- House Museum/Homestead
- 29424 Lakeview Line, Wallacetown, ON, Canada
- 2020 Hours of Operation Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday Noon - 4pm. Other days by appointment.
- Guided Tour
29424 Lakeview Line, Wallacetown, ON, Canada
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