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    • Curator: Mike Baker
    • (519) 631-1460 ext. 159email
    • Assistant: Georgia Sifton
    • (519) 631-1460 ext. 160email

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  • Location
    • 450 Sunset Drive
    • St. Thomas, ONview map
  • Hours
    • Victoria Day - Labour Day:
    • Tuesday - Saturday, 10am - 4pm
    • Labour Day - Victoria Day:
    • Monday - Friday, 10am - 4pm

Exhibits

  • black and white Alma college photo
    Curated by Dr. Susan Butlin, author of All the Girls Have Gone, Alma College, the Latter Years, it brings together a number of works by graduates and teachers at the College from 1881 to the 1960s. The college which opened in 1881 became known for its art department largely as a result of its...
  • War of 1812 reenactment
    1814 is a new exhibit focusing on the final year of the war. In late 1813, following losses at the Battles of the Thames and Lake Erie, British troops withdrew to Burlington Heights leaving the region open to US raids. The exhibit is composed of a number of weapons and uniforms on loan from the...
  • This exhibition illustrates the region’s transition from a reliance on several US railways to the opening of a number of American branch plants producing auto parts and vehicles, crowned by the arrival of the Ford plant in Talbotville in 1967.
  • World War One Sketch of a truck
    An exhibition of over 30 original sketches of people and places near the Canadian lines during WWI by H.W. Cooper whose work appeared in Macleans Magazine and other publications before the war.   Macleans published a number of his sketches and letters in 1918 in a series of articles which are...
  • Avro Arrow
    The Arrow lives on in the imagination of many Canadians.Get a "behind the scenes" look at the story of its demise.