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Welcome to The Lincoln Museum and Cultural Centre: Home of the Jordan Historical Museum of the Twenty! The museum is located at the heart of the beautiful Niagara Region. We are dedicated to the enrichment of the cultural fabric of our community. Join us as we share, learn, and acknowledge our local history and culture.

Call for Entries

01Art Lives Here

Art Lives Here is a dynamic new community festival celebrating art and culture across Lincoln. On June 25 & 26, all of Lincoln will be brought to life by live artist demonstrations,  performances, food and craft beverages. 

On June 25, 11-6 p.m. celebrate art in Lincoln with the ART LIVES HERE MARKET. The Art Lives Here Market is a curated contemporary outdoor arts fair set against the historical backdrop of the Lincoln Museum and Cultural Centre.

With good food, local craft beverages, art demos and rich variety of vendors, join our market to connect with buyers, share your passion, and celebrate art in Lincoln!  

Application for Art Lives Here Market

Art Lives Here Vendor Information

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Programs
Programs

Workshops, Programs, Events, Tours & More

02What's On

Join us at the museum for unique workshops for all ages, book a school or group program, or maybe host your special event! There’s always something going on at the Lincoln Museum and Cultural Centre.

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Collections and Research
Collections and Research

Get to Know Our Collection

03Collections & Research

The Lincoln Museum and Cultural Centre collects objects that are of historic and/or cultural relevance to the cultures, peoples, and places associated with the area of the Town of Lincoln. Particularly notable objects within the collection include early-Ontario pottery, unique textiles, a painting by Group of Seven artist A.J. Casson, and a collection of Fraktur folk art. Take a closer look at our collection!

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Discovery
Discovery

Check Out What’s on Display

04Exhibitions

We always have something wonderful to discover. Our museum features both permanent and rotating exhibitions that engage people of all ages. Visitors should be sure to see the Fraktur Gallery, or one of our two rotating galleries. You can also check out our digital exhibitions anytime from the comfort of your home!

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Who We Are
Who We Are

Get to Know Us

05About

Established in 1953, the Museum has been a part of our community for decades. Find out more about us and the critical role of The Jordan Historical Museum of the Twenty Volunteer Association. You can also learn about our mission, vision, and values or the Museum Advisory Committee.

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