Perth Museum

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Perth Museum consists of the 1840 stone home built for Canadian senator and merchant, the Honorable Roderick Matheson. It has been restored to reflect the 1800s era–so well, in fact, that the family members have known to appear in spirit. Caretakers and visitors alike have reported seeing their apparitions.

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Geographic Information

11 Gore Street East
Perth, ON K7H 1H4, Canada

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44.9010026, -76.25079110000001
Lanark County
Nearest Towns:
Perth, ON (1.5 mi.)
Smiths Falls, ON (11.5 mi.)
Westport, ON (16.7 mi.)
Carleton Place, ON (17.0 mi.)
Crosby, ON (17.3 mi.)
Newboro, ON (17.6 mi.)
Merrickville, ON (20.5 mi.)
Eloida, ON (20.5 mi.)
Mississippi Station, ON (21.3 mi.)
Almonte, ON (21.9 mi.)


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