Museum of Atikokan
We welcome visitors from near and far to explore the history of Atikokan.
Museum staff wear personal protective equipment, visitors are asked to wear a face mask. Hand sanitizer is available at both the entrance and the exit of the Museum.
One of the strengths of Atikokan's museum is the fine art collection. There have been many Atikokan artists, some very well known, others not so much. In the early 1950s Mari Hegler formed the Atikokan Art Club. It was an ambitious and hard working group with a...
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Visit the Museum
On Street Exhibits and the Historial Park
Archival & Artifact Collection
We are the proud custodians of the history of Atikokan and area. The Museum of Atikokan is supported by grant funding and the Town of Atikokan. Financial donations are gratefully accepted and go a long way to help with the care and conservation of our history. Donations can be made by e-transfer to [email protected]. Please indicate the donation is intended for the Museum at the time of the e-transfer.
IN MEMORIAM AND IN HONOUR DONATIONS
If you would like to make a donation to the Museum of Atikokan in memory of or to honour a loved one, please indicate the name of the person the donation commemorates and the name and address of the person to whom acknowledgment should be sent. All donations of $10 or more are acknowledged with an income tax receipt.