The Youngtown Museum is proudly named in tribute to Canada's most outstanding Songwriter, Singer, Musician, Humanitarian, and Activist...
Neil spent his early childhood in the village of Omemee and the Young Family history continued in the area through Neil's father
(Canadian Journalist and Author) Scott Young who lived near town until his passing in 2005. The museum is not directly affiliated with
Neil Young or his family but pays tribute to the artist and his family through an amazing exhibit of memorabilia, photo's, artifacts, and music.
Come enjoy the Neil Young Story at 45 King Street East, Omemee. Youngtown is situated in the former boyhood home of Neil’s dear childhood friend Henry Mason.
Youngtown Museum is also a celebration and showcase of early Canadian rock and roll music and the artists who created it.
Hours of Operation
Saturdays and Sundays - 11:00Am to 5:00Pm
(Open May - October)
45 King Street E.
Omemee, Ontario Canada