Buxton National Historic Site and Museum

Description

The Buxton National Historic Site and Museum in Ontario explores the history of the underground railroad and early black settlements in Canada. Buxton, also known as the Elgin Settlement, was one of four organized black settlements developed in Canada. Founder of the settlement, Reverend William King, provided a "safe haven" for those looks for stable, safe living conditions. The museum is accommodating to group tours and students.

Address

21975 A. D. Shadd
Ontario, Canada N0P 1Y0

Lat/Long

42.31082300, -82.22689600
Visit Website
519-352-4799

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