“If there were an award for the best small-town museum in Canada, this would surely be a candidate.” Leslie Papp – Toronto Star (July 19, 2007)
Visit the Port Dover Harbour Museum to discover the history of this unique lakeside community. Step into an original fisherman’s net shanty to discover tools of the commercial fishing trade. Journey onto a wheelhouse from a 1912Great Lake freighter to explore the equipment used to captain a ship. Take time to learn about the shipwreck Atlantic, which occurred in 1852 and see some of the artifacts recovered. Bring a picnic lunch and sit on the docks or the new Riverfront Park. Admission to the museum is by donation.