Come And Imagine What It Was Like
Welcome
The Frontenac County Schools Museum began as a project to celebrate Kingston's Tercentenary in 1973. A small group of retired educators spent many hours researching schools, photographing sites, collecting books and artifacts, and microfilming hundreds of school records. In 1977, the Museum Association was formally established. The museum opened to the public in 1979. In 2006, it moved to its present location, 414 Regent Street, in historic Barriefield Village.
Winter Hours

NEW HOURS   December 21st to February 4th

CLOSED to the Public
During this time, we may still be contacted by email or by telephone   613 544-9113

Reopening February 5, 2018

At the Museum

  • December 20   Last day open in 2017

Volunteer Oportunities
Are you interested in becoming a volunteer?      Please consider one of these opportunities:

- Schoolmarm or schoolmaster: act as schoolteacher for visiting classes
- Help to catalogue the museum's artefact collection (training provided)
- Special event help: occasional; help with special events at the museum
- Light General Cleaning: Twice a month or an hour a week; Vacuum, dust, tidy the public spaces.
- Handyman/woman: As needed; Depending on skills; Hang pictures, do minor repairs and maintenance, paint, light construction.

If you are not sure that you want to make a regular commitment, we also have several small, one-time tasks.
You do not have to be a retired teacher. Contact the musuem to find out more.

Address

414 Regent Street
Barriefield, (Kingston) ON
K7K 5R1

Contact

Phone: 613-544-9113
Official KAM Selected Treasure
A letter of condolence to Lady Macdonald upon the death of her husband, Sir John A. Macdonald
Collection of Canadian Authors
For King and Country
A Story of 1812
    Year-round Museum activities include participation in:
  • Classroom lessons with a "Schoolmistress"
  • Special Events
  • Heritage Interpretation through viewing and discussing exhibits in the Gallery
  • Identifying Artifacts used in Pioneer Schools
  • Enjoying the books used in early times
  • Research facilities