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We stopped to look at this building, by the main highway on our way home from visiting North Bay. The building was closed but it is an interesting log home from the outside. I am not sure of what the full story of the building is supposed to tell of the Dionne Quints.
When a dear friend came to visit I took her to the Dionne museum. Her mother is related to the Dionne family and was excited to visit. I was not expecting to enjoy it but I did. Quite a lot. Unfortunately, I wanted to take my sister last week and learned the museum is closed. We were both disappointed. Worse,... 更多
Illuminating piece of history. Can be finished in less than an hour. The original house of the girls' birthplace was moved to the current location, but everything is in its original condition.
The Dionne Quints Museum has closed and right now I don't know where the items that were in the house went to. As soon as I find out I will post the information.
Unfortunately the city closed up the Quints Home in OCT 2015 and is looking for a buyer. ANYONE LOOKING TO BUY, OR PUT INTO A MUSEUM SOME WHERE?? SUCH A HISTORICAL PIECE OF CANADIAN HISTORY. ASHAMED THE CITY NO LONGER WANTS THE RESPONSIBILITY. THERE IS NO WHERE IN HISTORY THAT QUINTS AT THAT TIME WOULD HAVE SURVIVED, let alone be... 更多
If you've got 20 minutes to spare, this is a great little museum with a lot of interesting artifacts and items to look at. Our guide Travis was great - he was really knowledgeable and enthusiastic and made for an informative tour. The museum documents a piece of history that many people may not know about, and a story that... 更多
The museum has some interesting items on display in the visitor centre, and the house is worth checking out if you feel like spending the $4 for the "guided tour." The house is small and you cannot see the whole thing because of safety reasons. I'm glad to have finally checked it out after driving by it for years.
I grew up in North Bay and have visited teh Dionne Quints Museum a few times through school field trips etc. It's not too exciting for kids to see, but for the history buff it could be of interest. Not much to see other than 5 of everything.