8 Navy Street, Oakville
Open Tuesday to Sunday from 1 to 4:30 p.m. Closed Mondays.
Limited free visitor parking is available next to the museum. Free two-hour parking is available along Navy and Front Street within the posted areas. Visit the real-time parking map for additional parking areas in Downtown Oakville.
The entrance, ground floor exhibits and restrooms at Erchless Estate are wheelchair accessible. Exhibits on the ground floor include the 1920s kitchen, butler's pantry, parlour and sitting room inside the restored Chisholm family home.
The second floor is accessed by stairs only (17 steps). Exhibits on the second floor include restored bedrooms, Oakville's Black History exhibit and The Underground Railroad - Next Stop Freedom! multimedia presentation.
To request accommodation prior to your visit please call us at 905-338-4400.
144 Front Street, Oakville (Lakeside Park)
August: Open Wednesday, Thursday, Saturday and Sunday from 1:30 to 4 p.m.
Oakville's first post office was built in 1835 and was originally located at Colborne (now Lakeshore) and Navy Street. It was moved to Lakeside Park in 1952 where it became Oakville's first museum. Today, it's open during the summer for tours and postal-related activities including writing with a quill pen.
Oakville's First Post Office is not wheelchair accessible.
Queen Elizabeth Park Community and Cultural Centre
2302 Bridge Road, Oakville
Visit the QEPCCC facility page for current hours.
Our state-of-the-art satellite gallery at QEPCCC features major exhibitions that explore fascinating stories of our town. Visit our exhibit page for listings or take a virtual tour of The Art of the Hat exhibit on Google Maps.
The entrance, facility and restrooms at QEPCCC are barrier-free.