The Walker House, built in 1850, is Kincardine’s oldest building and is the oldest standing wooden hotel in Bruce & Grey Counties!
For over a hundred years, the Walker House was an inn and tavern, but a fire destroyed it in 1955. In 2008, the Walker House reopened as a museum and heritage center with the help of the Paddy Walker Heritage Society, which was formed in 1998 to restore the building. At the museum, visitors can view exhibits of the town’s local history, participate in heritage events, attend heritage speaker presentations, and book a tour around the museum! Recently, the staff has been hosting a cocktail bar called The Industry Room, and the cocktails are tasty!
Check out their website for events and if you want to rent the house for your private event.