The Ailsa Craig & District Historical Society own and operate the Donald Hughes Annex Museum and The Marg & Leroy Walker Research room as well as Trinity Chapel. The former Trinity Anglican church is available for non-denominational religious ceremonies. The museum features an ecclectic mix of local and some times not so local artifacts. The displays change on a regular basis, so make sure you visit often!
The museum exists to preserve the past of the area of North Middlesex and also to help educate generations of the area to understand their heritage. The Donnald Huges Annex Museum is the village's centre of history. It features a variety of local artifacts with over 10,000 in total, so there's always something on display!
There are four Alisa Craig Murals on display, all depicting important buildings, moments in history and past life of that particular location. The Trinity Anglica Chirch houses the Marg and Leroy Walker Research Room. It contains of of the society's archives, thousands of documents, pictures, scrapbooks and more which contain information about the people and places of North Middlesex. Anyone is welcome, although it's best to contact them before you visit to ensure you can look round!
$5 for membership
There's no shop onsite, but their website sells some gifts.