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Hours & Admission


Regular Museum Hours:

Hours of Operation:

Please Note: As of August 30th, the Museum is only open for Pre-Registered tours.
These tours are offered Tuesdays to Saturdays and the time slots for tours are available at 10:00 AM, 1:00 PM, and 3:00 PM respectively. The Museum is NOT open for walk-ins at this time.

The Museum of Ontario Archaeology will be closed on Good Friday, April 7th. We will return to regular hours on Tuesday, April 10th. If you’re interested in booking a tour, please visit our Tour Information page! We are not open for walk-ins at this time.

Virtual Reality:

To assist in the containment of COVID-19, the Museum of Ontario Archaeology’s
Virtual Reality is not available at this time.

Hours: 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM

Rate: $2.00 for up to 5 minutes (Plus cost of Admission)

If you have a group of 6+ people interested in Virtual Reality, please, call and book in advance. 


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: $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

Contact Us:

Phone: 519-473-1360


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.


Dawn Rawson

Hello there,
I am wondering if your yard could be rented for a wedding in June or July of 2021. I am not sure if this is something you do, but we really just need a lawn and would be happy to rent a tent, and even portapotties if needed. We would do our own meal and bar with smart serve bartenders.
Can you please let me know if it’s possible? Thanks!