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Interpretive Master Plan

Help shape YOUR experience at the Museum of Ontario Archaeology!

The Museum of Ontario Archaeology (MOA) opened in 1981 in London, Ontario on the ancestral territory of Indigenous peoples who today include the Haudenosaunee, Anishinaabe, and Lūnaapéewak First Nations among others who make London their home.

The Museum is planning new exhibits to enhance how we tell the story of archaeology in Ontario and share our collections with the community.

The first stage of planning – an interpretive master plan – is the basis for the design of the new exhibits. It establishes the framework for the story the museum will tell and provides a written description of each exhibit and what visitors will see and do during their visit.

Over the past few months, we have been working with consultants from Lord Cultural Resources to develop the new interpretive master plan. We also hosted a live webinar on December 15th, 2020 at 6:30 PM to present the concept in more detail and to answer any questions you might have. We invite you to review the short, animated presentation about the interpretive master plan and the recording of the live webinar below.


December 15th Zoom Webinar Recording