The Dundas Museum is a history museum located in Ontario, Canada, in 1956. The museum displays exhibits about the history and geography of the Dundas Valley. The museum contains three galleries: the first gallery focuses on natural history, while the second exhibit portrays Dundas’ history. The third gallery is used to host rotating exhibits. To teach visitors about Dundas’ geographic and historical aspects, the museum houses over 16,000 artifacts ranging from 150 million-year-old crystals to photographs taken in 2010.