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Guelph Chamber Choir's new logo. The graphic is a white c on an emerald green background. The c extends arouund the letter and circles around the c.


Guelph Chamber Choir at 40 | Online

Three photo grid of women featured in the Her Story exhibit. From left to right, Jean Little, Norma Bowen, Parvathi Basrur

Her Story

Trailblazers of Guelph and Wellington County | Online

Three grid photos adjusted to the left of the slide. The first photo is of three people standing with their backs to the camera, standing on a flooded street after the bursting of Goldie's Dam, 1929. The middle photo is of the Black Lives Matter solidarity march, from June 2020. Kween Gerber is leading the large group of people with her fist held in the air. The last image is a graphic of a coronavirus atom.

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collecting experiences as they are lived | July 27

From near or far, explore our exhibitions and programs in-person and online

Exhibition installation featuring organs and Victorian furnishings


Explore exhibitions that inform, challenge, delight, and inspire.

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Photo of a tea set up in the backyard of McCrae House. The table is set for two, with two vintage tea cups, a bowl of fruit, and scones.


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Split graphic, one side in a hand drawing of poppies. The other side is a detail from a handwritten letter with illegible words.


This is our blog. You’ll find sneak-peeks, interviews, and reflections.

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Civic Museum written in orange text.

History on the Hill

Located in the renovated Loretto Convent, Guelph Civic Museum holds thousands of artifacts that tell Guelph’s story.

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McCrae House written in red text.


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

Lest we forget
Locomotive 6167 in purple text

All aboard

Canada’s most photographed locomotive – a 1940s engine and tender – is on display at John Galt Park.

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Stay connected with Guelph Museums. Anytime, anywhere. Lectures, music, exhibitions, and activities for all ages.

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