Carleton Place Town Hall. ‘Our thriving neighbour— Carleton Place— is going to build a town hall, and to cost about $6,000 or $7,000. We understand that our townsman, Mr. Wm. Willoughby, has got the contract, and will begin work as soon as the snow disappears next spring. The new building will be erected on the north side of the river, and in rear o f Mr. Wm. Glover’s property.
Almonte Gazette–Oct 27 1871
The riot in the Town Hall
Victoria School Museum
267, Edmund Street, Town of Carleton Place, Ontario, K7C, Canada
Formally Recognized: 1978/04/17
The Carleton Place and Beckwith Heritage Museum.
Erected in 1872, our beautiful stone building served the community of Carleton Place as the Town Hall and lock up until 1879, and then as Victoria School for 90 years until 1969.
The museum is run by the Carleton Place and Beckwith Historical Society with assistance from the Town of Carleton Place and the Township of Beckwith.Opening as the Victoria School Museum in 1985, the name was changed in 2011 to reflect the scope of our collection and our communities.
Carleton Place Town Hall Sued For Cupolas!
Why is the Town Hall Stage Slanted? Is it Collapsing?
Shenanigans of the Monday Night Town Hall Opening