Your Museum

Welcome to the social engagement hub for the Museum of Dufferin (MoD)!

This is where you can get involved in MoD initiatives, and help shape the future of your local museum.

Here you will find three tools that you can use to contribute and share ideas and suggestions.

  • Your Ideas: community brainstorming. Share an idea and others can "like".
  • Your Stories: community storytelling. Share a story about an experience from the past.
  • Your Experience: community guestbook. Leave a comment about your experience at the MoD.

From time to time, we may add additional details and information to this hub, such as downloadable documents, surveys, and polls.

To stay up-to-date on everything MoD, make sure to follow us on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter (@MuseumofDufferin)


Welcome to the social engagement hub for the Museum of Dufferin (MoD)!

This is where you can get involved in MoD initiatives, and help shape the future of your local museum.

Here you will find three tools that you can use to contribute and share ideas and suggestions.

  • Your Ideas: community brainstorming. Share an idea and others can "like".
  • Your Stories: community storytelling. Share a story about an experience from the past.
  • Your Experience: community guestbook. Leave a comment about your experience at the MoD.

From time to time, we may add additional details and information to this hub, such as downloadable documents, surveys, and polls.

To stay up-to-date on everything MoD, make sure to follow us on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter (@MuseumofDufferin)


Whether you have visited the museum for the 1st time or the 1000th time, we would love to hear about your MoD experience.

Please leave us testimonial, compliment or comment. 

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One of my favourite parts of the museum was the art exhibit in the silo, showcasing local talent. It was beautiful artwork in a beautiful setting. The new Cornflower exhibit was also very informative, showcased beautifully with the history of the company, the people, and the stories which really brought the whole picture together in a creative way. I would absolutely go back and would love to bring my family, and a picnic to share in the beautiful grounds!

mjlovesorchids 5 months ago

My first impression of the Museum of Dufferin was that the aesthetics are beautiful and well thought out. I really enjoyed the Corn Flower Glass Gallery and the Heritage Homes – It was really cool to salvage and rebuild these homes inside the building. I was blown away at how nice it was.

Hoops77 5 months ago