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Sharon Temple National Historic Site is museum and special events venue nestled on 4.5 acres of green space located just north of Newmarket, Ontario. The museum hosts regular events, concerts, and specialized tours of the Sharon Temple, eight historic buildings and heritage-inspired gardens. The site is available for weddings, corporate events, rentals, and filming.

Learn more about the history of the Children of Peace, early settlers and the builders of the architecturally stunning Sharon Temple, their resistance to fighting in the War of 1812, their participation in the Rebellion of 1837, and how they played an instrumental role in the fight for democracy in Canada.

Exhibits

Come and learn about the history in your own backyard…

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Wedding

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Camps

Exciting Summer and March Break camps…

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Events

Learn about our exciting special events…

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As a local Museum, we love our community and the history and stories it holds. We want to thank all who continue to support us in so many ways and hope to see you all soon, maybe at our next event or just stop by for a chat.

 

4 days ago
We are excited to welcome #archaeologist and #author Bill Finlayson for the launch of his book, "The Archaeology of Five Queensville Farmsteads" during our #FallintoAutumnFest. Learn more about this event at https://t.co/KwROXpMHzw. #queensville #eastgwillimbury #YorkRegion https://t.co/J5putT1t6v sharontemplenhs photo
5 days ago
S'mores, Research & Rebellion - the potential title for my memoir. Thanks to our campers for a delicious treat! Perfect for #NationalSmoresDay. #SummerFun @townofeg https://t.co/AlTkhtaO5E sharontemplenhs photo
7 days ago
Mark your calendars for this incredible event organized by our friends at @GeorginaHistory. This free presentation by Brian Charles will use wampum to talk about the relationship of the First Peoples in the Eastern Woodland & settler societies. #IndigenousPeoplesDay https://t.co/LWppM4ekQX
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Join us in one week for this FREE presentation by Brian Charles; The Link, Sutton. August 23 7pm https://t.co/W6eyhUOvYF https://t.co/l24Rjo9HwN