Flour Mill Museum is on the move
What’s happening at the Greater Sudbury Museums? We’re moving. The Flour Mill Museum, located at 245 St. Charles Street, is relocating to O’Connor Park on Dell Street. This museum currently shares its site with a sewage lift station. The City of Greater Sudbury’s Water and Wastewater Department will be updating this lift station, and the expansion of this crucial piece of infrastructure needs to go where the museum buildings are located right now.
Museum staff members are thrilled to be part of this tremendous project and are working diligently to document and pack up the artifacts in order to ensure their safety during the move. Moving the Flour Mill Museum to O’Conner Park provides an exciting opportunity to revitalize its displays and to better showcase its artifacts.
The Flour Mill Museum is one of four community museums run by the City of Greater Sudbury, along with the Anderson Farm Museum, the Copper Cliff Museum and the Rayside-Balfour Museum.
For information on upcoming museum programs and events, find us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/sudburymuseums or on Instagram at greatersudburymuseums.
Thank you for a wonderful year
The Greater Sudbury Museums had a very successful 2018. Thank you to the volunteers and staff members who assisted in developing and running our group tours, public programs and community events. If you are interested in volunteering at one of the Greater Sudbury Museums, please contact muse[email protected] greatersudbury.ca.
Staff of the Greater Sudbury Museums, from left to right: Laura, Sarah, Sam, Colleen, Alex
The Kitchen within the Heritage House at the Flour Mill Museum.
The Heritage House at the Flour Mill Museum.
The Log Cabin at the Flour Mill Museum.