Carman House Museum

Carman House is a 225 year old Georgian limestone cottage that has been restored to its original form. It was built shortly after the War of 1812 by Michael Carman III, the son of a Palatine Loyalist. He was bequeathed the property in 1806 by his uncle who had fought alongside the British during the 1776 American Rebellion. Carman House is emblematic of those Loyalists who came to South Dundas.

Carman House is open from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm every day in July and August or by appointment.

Would you like to read even more history? Download more on the Carman House Museum.

Plan Your Visit

Location: South on Carman Road (If taking Highway 401- Take Carman Road Exit (Iroquois) and head South)

Hours: Every day in July & August from 10 am to 5 pm (Appointments outside normal business hours are available)

Admission: Donations accepted

Mailing Address:

5895 Carman Road South
P.O. Box 472
Iroquois, Ontario K0E 1K0

Telephone: 613-652-4408 (main line during July & August) or 613-543-3556

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