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          ลงทะเบียนฟรี คาสิโนออนไลน์ ฟรีเงิน2019

          • Mocsin Making Workshop

            Create your own pair of mocsins with Six Nations Artisan and mocsin maker Marjorie Henhawk! Learn More

          • Birthday Parties

            Make your child's birthday unique and memorable here at MOA! Discover Your Theme!

          • Lend an Ear to the Past

            Discover the sounds of the past through the archaeology. Explore


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          Explore Ontario’s Archaeology

          Welcome to the Museum of Ontario Archaeology. ?We are dedited to enriching the lives of nadians through the creation and dissemination of knowledge about the archaeology of Ontario.

          Archaeology brings the stories of how people lived to life. These stories connect us to our shared human heritage and give us a sense of place in the world. At the Museum of Ontario Archaeology (MOA), we believe that archaeology?is first and foremost about people and that by connecting with and sharing our stories we will understand and appreciate each other more.

          Please enjoy the MOA Museum Audio Guide during your visit

          Help us reach out and share the thrill of discovery!

          New Collections with MOA Merger!

          Last December we announced that the MOA was taking over the 8000 square foot repository formerly operated by Western University.  As part of this transfer, the museum has also taken responsibility for the re of the objects, introducing millions of new artifacts to the museum’s collections.  These include collections from UWO’s Anthropology department, as well as hundreds of boxes from cultural resource management firms including ASI, TMHC, Dr. Poulton, Golder, AECOM, and Amec Foster Wheeler. The museum has also taken over the responsibility of ring for over 2000 boxes of archaeologil materials for the Ministry of Tourism, Culture and Sport that were transferred to the repository in September 2017. These materials are now accessible to Indigenous communities, and to support interpretation and research taking place at the museum!

          A long row of shelves with labeled green – a peek a repackaged collections in the repository.

          Work is underway by collections staff and volunteers to integrate these with existing collections, and bring all materials up to the standards of packaging and re for long term storage in the repository.  This involves repackaging of collections, moving archaeologil collections from the museum’s storage area into the new repository, and completing data entry of artifact and inventory information.

          Collections volunteer assisting with repackaging

          Interested in helping out?? Check out our current Volunteer Opportunities!