As an officially designated historical site, the Coldwater Canadiana Heritage Museum invites visitors to experience and engage with the past. The museum holds a collection of artifacts dating between the years 1830 and 1950.
As a large showpiece of their collection, the Woodrow Homestead is often promoted. Originally built in the 1840s, this homestead still sits along the old stagecoach route it was constructed upon.
The museum grounds are available to the public, providing ample places to picnic, or simply stroll through the heritage gardens. There is a gift shop on-site as well.