The Amherstburg Freedom Museum is proud of the positive preservation and promotion of the “Black Thread in the Canadian Tapestry” that has truly educated and heightened awareness of the contributions and accomplishments of African Canadians. We feel the integrity of Black Culture has been uplifted over the last four decades by the numerous heritage exhibits, stories, special events and publications covered by media, partnerships, research, and resource materials which have been compiled, catalogued and archived at our facility.
Amherstburg Freeedom Museum Temporarily Closed As Of April 3rd, 2021
In accordance with the Windsor-Essex Health Unit and the Provincial Government’s regulations, the Amherstburg Freedom Museum will be temporarily closed to the public until further notice. Please monitor our social media pages for updates on our reopening.
Celebrating Progress: A Celebration of Emancipation Day
On Saturday, August 28th at 4 p.m., the Amherstburg Freedom Museum will host Celebrating Progress: A Celebration of Emancipation Day on the grounds of the museum.