History runs deep throughout Trent Hills. We have a number of notable museums, heritage societies and stunning architecture for you to discover.
Trent Hills Heritage Advisory Committee
The Trent Hills Heritage Advisory Committee is a volunteer board made up of residents of the municipality who are appointed by the local municipal council under the Ontario Heritage Act to advise on the preservation of properties within the municipality that may be of historical or architectural interest. Please click here for more information on the Committee, the Heritage Awareness Plaque Program, the Heritage Grant Program, and publications.
Campbellford/Seymour Heritage Society
The Heritage Society is an association consisting of many volunteers who work to preserve local community history & heritage. Some of their accomplishments include "The Heritage Tour"and the recent publication of "Gleanings". Volunteers are available to help provide assistance with genealogy, maps, statistics, newspapers, land records and local history.
Ian McCulloch, President
Warkworth/Percy Historical Society
The Warkwoth/Percy Historical Society collects and preserves historical records of the former Percy Township, the village of Warkworth and assists the public in researching local history and/or family history.
Corinn Patterson, President
Hastings Historical Society
The Hastings Historical Society collects and preserves records of the former Village of Hastings - government documents, newspaper articles, photos, family and property records and more.
Dave Barry, President
Pat Funk, Vice-President