Into The Light

Eugenics and Education in Southern Ontario | Until March 1

VibraFusionLab

Bridging Practices in Accessibility, Art, and Communication | Until March 1

Something new is always happening at Guelph Museums!

Exhibitions

Explore our current exhibitions and discover Guelph’s history!

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Events

Enjoy an event at the museum. We have talks, tours, family fun and more!

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Black and white photograph of the first Lovett Signs building and trucks, circa 1935. The image features Harry and Fred Lovett along the left side standing next to a pick-up truck with "Guelph, Signs, Lovett, Signman" printed on the driver's side door. There is another car parked in the foreground with "Guelph" printed along the hood and "I'll Sign Anything" on the driver's side door. The vehicles are parked in front of a long white building with a pitched roof and windows and a door visible along the front. Above the door attached to the roof is a sign that reads "Lovett Signs".

Musings

This is our blog. It’s where you’ll find sneak-peeks, interviews, stories, and more.

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What’s On

Mon 18

Decolonizing Guelph’s Founding Story

January 29, 2019 - February 2, 2020
Mon 18

Indigenizing Galt

January 29, 2019 - January 12, 2020
Mon 18

Reading Galt

February 26, 2019 - January 12, 2020

Your stories live here. Guelph Museums includes 3 great facilities.

On the Hill

Located in the renovated Loretto Convent, the Guelph Civic Museum is home to a collection of over 30,000 artifacts that bring Guelph’s past to life.

What's on at the Civic Museum

Remembrance

McCrae House is the birthplace of John McCrae (1872-1918), doctor, soldier, and author of “In Flanders Fields”.

Step back in time

Stop on by!

The restored 1940 steam-powered locomotive was inducted into the North America Railway Hall of Fame and sits at the Guelph Central Station.

See Locomotive 6167

Land Acknowledgement

Guelph is situated on treaty land that is steeped in rich Indigenous history and home to many First Nations, Inuit and Metis people today.    

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