Exhibits and Collections
Uncovering: Archaeology and Clarington's Early History
We are excited to present “Uncovering: Archaeology and Clarington's Early History,” on now at the Sarah Jane Williams Heritage Centre. This exhibit showcases highlights from local archaeological sites, and explores the topic of archaeological practices in Ontario.
Come and discover the exhibit during regular operating hours, and join us for a special Discover Archaeology program during March Break on Friday, March 8, 10:30am, or Tuesday, March 12, 1:30pm (ages 4-8)!
Now on display at the Sarah Jane Williams Heritage Centre!
Highlights of Industry
On now at the Sarah Jane Williams Heritage Centre – In case you missed our popular “Clarington At Work” exhibit, we have selected a sampling of the artifacts to remain on display. Explore the industries and innovations of Clarington’s history through the work tools, clothing, locations, and remarkable careers within the community in the past & present.
Waverley Place historic home is furnished and exhibited to depict an Edwardian period (1900-1930s) home. It is set up in period fashion and shows the lifestyle of a wealthy merchant family in this area. Many of the items were made in Clarington or have a strong historical connection to the area.