Visit the Sharon Temple National Historic Site & Museum

-- One of the oldest museums in Canada. --
-- An architectural masterpiece. --
-- A centre of musical accomplishment in Upper Canada. --
-- Home to the first pipe organ built in Upper Canada. --
-- Influential centre in the struggle for democracy and social justice in Canada. --
-- The scene of stirring events during the Rebellion of 1837. --
-- The home of Canada’s first farmers’ cooperative. --

What's Happening in September:

Sunday, September 14 - 1:30 pm - Roots & Rhythm Benefit Concert - Tickets are $25 (includes light refreshments)
Spend the afternoon enjoying great music in amazing surroundings! Join Chris Lowry and Woodhead, Cohen & Wild for a show that features folk ballads and traditional blues, and fascinating 'between-the-cracks' instrumental music.

Sunday, September 28 - 11-4:30 pm - Weaving Words Festival of Stories - Donations greatly appreciated!
Weaving Words is a celebration of stories and the many ways that we tell them, through written and spoken word, through music, film and dance. Storytellers, writers, musicians, film-makers and other performers from a wide range of cultural and ethnic backgrounds will gather to celebrate everything that is special about who we are, where we have come from and where we are going. Through our stories we celebrate our history and our culture with all of its diversity; we celebrate the people who have made this nation great.

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Contact Information

Sharon National Historic Site and Museum
18974 Leslie Street
Sharon, Ontario
L0G 1V0

Phone: 905.478.2389

Rent our Facilities

We have a number of rental packages available. If you do not see what you need, please contact us; we will work with you to make your event a memorable one.

Please note that the Temple itself is only available from mid-May to mid-October each year. The Temperance Hall is available for rent year-round.

Click here for rates and packages.