Update: Closed to the Public Until January 27th

by Shelby Smith

A muff made from an albatross in the late 1800s. From the collection of the The Muse, Lake of the Woods Museum.


As a result of the latest public health measures and restrictions, the Lake of the Woods Museum and the Douglas Family Art Centre will remain closed to the public until (at least) January 27th.

Staff will continue to both remotely and on-site during this time, so please feel free to email us if you have any questions. 

We look forward to welcoming you back to The Muse soon.

Did you know?

Painter Frederick Verner was present in at the signing of the North West Angle treaty, (Treaty 3) in 1873. The sketches he made there were the basis for many of his later paintings.