Erland Lee Museum

Description

Located in Stoney Creek, Ontario, the Erland Lee Museum commemorates both the lives of the Lee family as well as the founding of the Women's Institutes in 1897. It was originally the home and farmplace of Erland and Janet Lee. The museum is three floors, all embellished with Victorian-style furniture, including the dining room table where Janet Lee wrote the first Women's Institutes constitution. An additional carriage house contains two floors of historical exhibits.

Address

552 Ridge Rd
Ontario, Canada L8J 2Y6

Lat/Long

43.20669300, -79.72267400
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(519) 836-3078

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