Mississippi Mills

Attractions

Dr James Naismith Museum

From 1989 until 2009 the early collection of Naismith artifacts was known as the Naismith Museum and Hall of Fame.  Since 2009, the Hall of…

  • Ramsay
Dr James Naismith Museum

Fortune Farms

During the season we boil fresh sap nearly every day to make syrup. We also make maple candy and maple “butter”. On weekends the Shanty…

  • Almonte
Fortune Farms

Fulton’s Pancake House

Nestled between the picturesque communities of Almonte and Pakenham, Ontario and less than 1 hour from Ottawa, Ontario,  Fulton’s Pancake House and Sugar Bush is…

  • Pakenham
Fulton’s Pancake House

Metcalfe Geoheritage Park

Metcalfe Geoheritage Park is located beside the Mississippi River in Almonte, Ontario – near the Mississippi River Power Corp hydro plant at the west end…

  • Almonte
Metcalfe Geoheritage Park

Mill of Kintail

About 10 minutes from Almonte, the Mill of Kintail Conservation Area features extensive hiking and skiing trails accessible year-round. It is also home of the R.…

  • Ramsay
Mill of Kintail

Mississippi Valley Textile Museum

The Mississippi Valley Textile Museum is located in the annex of the former Rosamond Woolen Company in Almonte, Ontario. Constructed in 1867, this National Historic…

  • Almonte
Mississippi Valley Textile Museum

North Lanark Regional Museum

The museum features several exhibit spaces including seasonal exhibits, permanent local history exhibits, and a pioneer log cabin. The museum is the perfect destination for…

  • Appleton
North Lanark Regional Museum

R. Tait McKenzie Museum

Robert Tait McKenzie was one of Canada’s best known artists of his time and is a recognized National Historic Figure. McKenzie’s incredible life as a…

  • Ramsay
R. Tait McKenzie Museum

Riverwalk

Beginning at the Almonte Old Town Hall, follow a winding path through town with information boards to guide your journey along the Mississippi. Along the…

  • Almonte
Riverwalk