Hours & Admission
Visitors may pre-book guided tours at least 24 hours in advance. We have a few different tour options available for our pre-booked tours including a general guided tour and our popular tours and activities.
These tours are available Tuesdays to Saturdays at 10 AM, 1 PM, and 3 PM*. Pre-booking is required and can be done through the inquiry form below or by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org.
*Our 3 PM time slot is not available for the tour and activities option.
The MOA is NOT open for walk-ins at this time.
Can be booked as an add-on to your Pre-Booked tour!
Experience the Lawson Site in Augmented Reality!
This unique experience is funded by the Miggsie Fund of the Lawson Foundation. The app virtually recreates the ancient Indigenous village as you explore how archaeology has helped us learn about what life was like in this region 500 years ago.
We recommend those interested in this experience download the app and adventure prior to their visit to the Museum. You can download the Engage ARt app on your mobile device from the Apple Store or the Google Play Store.
Pre-Booked Tours Admission:
Our General Tours are approximately an hour in length and led by our knowledgeable guides who will take visitors through the Lawson Site and our permanent galleries.
For groups up to 5 (Including Individuals): $25
For groups up to 10: $50
After 10, additional per person charge: $5
Our new tour option Tour & Activity is a new spin on our popular Family Field Trip. In addition to a tour of the Lawson Site and permanent galleries, this option also includes a workshop(s), suitable for all ages.
Pricing for 1 Activity:
For groups up to 5: $35
For groups up to 10: $70
After 10, additional per person charge: $7
Pricing for 2 Activities:
For groups up to 5: $45
For groups up to 10: $90
After 10, additional per person charge: $9
Address: 1600 Attawandaron Rd. London Ontario, N6G 3M6.
The Museum of Ontario Archaeology is located in a quiet residential area near Wonderland Road and Fanshawe Park Road in London, Ontario.
The Museum is located near three bus routes: #31 Orchard Park, #39 Fanshawe West, and #9 Whitehills. Visit London Transit for details.
Our staff are taking a blended approach to working on site and remotely to continue to share, interpret, and care for the archaeological record to advance an understanding of Ontario’s heritage.
View our full COVID-19 Safety Plan.