Scarborough Museum

Events at Scarborough Museum

Scarborough Museum often collaborates with community partners on events and exhibits. Youth volunteers also play an active role in all the museum's programs and special events.

Scarborough Museum hosts lots of family-friendly and fun events. Contact us at 416-338-8807 or

Wednesdays, 12 p.m. to 8 p.m., Tuesday, Thursday &  Friday 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Saturday & Sunday 12 to 4 p.m.

Admission Pay what you can

October Weekends

Saturdays & Sundays, Noon to 4 p.m.

Don't be a Halloweenie! Conjure up your pioneer spirit at Scarborough Museum! Lots of Halloween themed activities to ensure you have a screaming good time.

Admission is Pay What You Can!

Tabletop Gaslight Night – Ages 18+ - October 22

Saturday, October 22, 6:30 to 9:30 p.m.
Ever wish you could turn back the clock and have an adventure in the past?  Well, for one night you can!  Scarborough Museum is running an evening of D20 gaming. This thrilling adventure is custom made for the Museum and will transport players back to Victorian Era Scarborough.  Unravel mysteries as you play inside a Victorian Parlour or by the hearth in a rustic log cabin.  This adventure is open to new players, as well as to long time table toppers looking for a unique play space. Characters will be premade and light refreshments served. Spaces are limited so reserve your spot and ready your dice! 

$8 per player.

Call 416-338-8807 to pre-register.


More than Sport

Sport has played an important role in Scarborough's history from its early football and curling tournaments to the almost endless sport activities available across the community today.

There is a longstanding tradition of encouraging sports at all levels. This exhibit shares the thoughts of athletes who live, train or compete in the Scarborough community.

Walking Together - Exhibit on now

Continues until October 2
This exhibition was inspired by the poignant stories of loss and courage shared by survivors of the Mohawk Institute, a residential school from 1831 to 1969. Featuring mixed-media artwork by First Nations students from Pauline Johnson Collegiate Vocational School, Brantford, Ontario, the project is the culmination of an inter-generational community arts program coordinated by the Woodland Cultural Centre.

Desserts by Lamplight - December 10

Saturday, December 10, 6:30 to 9 p.m.
A magical evening of lamp-lit rooms, decadent desserts and carolers. Space is limited for this fundraising event - early bookings recommended. Pre-registration only. Call 416-338-8807 or click here to purchase tickets. Ticket price $25 includes tax.