The Museum is conveniently located beside the Temiskaming Shores & Area Chamber of Commerce building and the statue of Miss Claybelt (the eighteen-foot high Holstein cow) both easily seen from both Highway 11 and Highway 11B. The entrance is off Highway 11B, and the entrance is shared with the Tourist Information Centre, and the Temiskaming Shores & Area Chamber of Commerce. It's very easy to find.
The first map is where we are located in Ontario, and the second map is a closer view of our location in the area. The maps and the directions are both available in a PDF format (here) for your viewing off-line, or printing to take with you in the car.
Continue on Highway 11 until the stop light at the intersection of Highway 11 and 11B/65. Turn on to Highway 11B/65 as if you were going into the town of New Liskeard. On the west (right-hand) side a few hundred meters from the intersection, you'll see the Museum, the Chamber of Commerce, and Tourist Information Centre.