W.T.C Boyd had three sons. Two of which served in World War I. Unfortunately, they both died in the war. Here is an idea of what their display has.

circa-1750-1800

William Cust Boyd- (1897-1918)

Smoking Room

Tourist fishing became quite popular in Bobcaygeon after some time. Here are some things we have in the exhibit.

Commemorative Medals belonging to both boys.

Display from Larry Jones Taxidermy.

Dining Room. 

​Unfortunately, It burned down in 1995.

Canadian Memorial Cross.

Our Collection

Here you can get a sneak peak at Our Collection of some exhibits we have at the museum.

Thorton Bridgman Boyd- (1889-1916)


circa-1910-1930

For jewelry we have an exhibit of fake antiques donated by a friend.

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21 Canal St. East Bobcaygeon K0M 1A0
705 738 9482 Email: info@theboydmuseum.com

The Big House is another name for the Boyd House. This is where the Boyd family lived. You will definetly see lots about The Big House in the Boyd Museum.

Work In Progress...

Drawing Room

Stan Nichols-One of our Best fishing guides.

Lutie-Ann has a booth at the annual antique show in August. It has a wonderful display of her jewelry.

World War I

Kitchen

The Big house


circa. 1880-1900.

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"Victoria Honours Her Fallen"

These are just a few examples of the many pieces we have on display.

British Order of the Garter. (Cap Badge)

circa. 1940-1960

Boyd Clothing

Fishing