National Presbyterian Museum

Type: Museum

This museum and preserves and displays the heritage of the Presbyterian Church in Canada. This museum is located in the basement of a Presbyterian Church.




A variety of objects that depict the life and mission of the Presbyterian church such as

  • Communion ware and tokens
  • Clerical robes
  • Books, Scrolls and Diplomas
  • Mission artefacts
  • China plates and wall hangings
  • Photographs


Access is provided to a small collection of religious books such as bibles and hymnals that date back to the seventeenth century.


Audio-visual recordings pertaining to the history of the Presbyterian Church. Other media resources are also available, such as slide shows, illustrated talks, films and recordings.

Public Programming:

Online Programming

The Website showcases the museum’s exhibitions and artefacts.


A nineteenth century church constructed of board and batten has been re-created using the furnishings from various churches. Beside the chapel there is also a re-creation of a Minister’s Study, which contains hundreds of pre-twentieth century books.

Volunteer/Internship/Placement Opportunities:

This information is currently unavailable.

Address & Contact Information:

415 Broadview Avenue,
Toronto, Ontario
M4K 2M9

Phone: 416-469-1345

Hours of Operation:

By appointment.

Key Words: religion