Delhi Tobacco Museum and Heritage Centre

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Description
Museum and heritage centre that collects, exhibits, interprets, researches, conserves and documents the material and cultural heritage of Delhi and district

Museum features:
  • streetscape comprised of buildings from the Victorian era which include a Tobacconist Shop, Forestville General Store, Tavern
  • mural depicting the Immigrants' Journey to the area
  • multicultural heritage displays
  • ginseng display
  • tobacco-related machinery
  • advertising and exhibits on tobacco's role in Canada from as early as the 18th century to the present
  • Delhi souvenirs and art of the local artist community available for sale
  • seasonal items at the Forestville General Store and Teeterville House Gift Shops
Eligibility
No restrictions
Application Process
Call or e-mail
Phone
519-582-0278
Fax
519-582-0122
Web Site
Visit Website
Email
delhi.museum@norfolkcounty.ca
Languages
English
Fees
Membership - individual, family and corporate memberships available ; Donation ; Admission - General admission by donation ; Organized bus tours: per personcharge (no charge to bus tour operator/guide or bus driver) * Fees for special events and workshops * Facility rental fees - Facility available for rental purposes for small functions
Accessibility
Fully Accessible
Legal Status
(50) Non Profit
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Contact Brant
Address
200 Talbot Rd
Norfolk, ON, N4B 2A2
Intersection: Hwy 3, east of Hwy 59;
Delhi Tobacco Museum and Heritage Centre Site Location: Delhi Tobacco Museum and Heritage Centre
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Hours of Operation
Mon & Tue 10 am-4 pm by appointment
Service Area(s)
Norfolk County