The Chester Municipal Heritage Society was established in 1981 to promote and cultivate awareness of the unique heritage of the Municipality of the District of Chester for the enjoyment and benefit of present and future generations through the preservation of historically significant properties and the delivery of educational programming.
About Us

Chester Municipal Heritage Society

Comprised of: Lordly House Museum  Maple Cottage - research centre            Chester Train Station       Lordly Park Hawboldt Display  Forman Hawboldt - Inventor and Entrepreneur You can view a portion our collection at    We also offer a show case of local talent at Treasure Hunt information at
Lordly House Museum
  Tuesday Afternoon Craft Circle - come and enjoy conversation, crafts and a tea or coffee at the Chester Train Station 1 -3 PM Wednesday Afternoon Craft Demonstrations - come and learn how to gain information and make varied crafts at theTrain Station 1 -3 PM 2019 Events - Summer newsletter June  - Station 20 Handicraft Shoppe open - closed  on Sunday and Monday June 18 - Lordly House open 10 - 4  Tuesday to Saturday August 10 -  Paint in the park, Lordly tea, auction
           Open for the season
New on line - the Heritage Society’s Darcy O’Connor research materials - courtesy of D. Hennigar, and D. Robar