Experience exhibitions of contemporary ceramic and glass art. Get creative with hands-on programs. Visit the Shop for unique items by artists from across Canada.
Enjoy the 1877 mansion of James Livingston, Canada's "Flax Mill King." See exotic furnishings and rare Trompe L'Oeil ("fools the eye") murals. A tour through this museum is a journey into the lavish Victorian era! -- Open from March to December.
Photo Credit: Colin Carmichael
Alternating exhibits throughout the year between artifacts from the permanent collection and hosting travelling exhibitions.
The Fashion History Museum was founded in 2004, became a federal non-profit corporation in 2008, and was granted charitable status by the Canadian government in March 2009. A board of directors governs the museum with the assistance of an advisory committee composed of specialists from diverse...
Explore the Fire Hall Museum and Education Centre and learn about the history of fire service in Cambridge and surrounding areas. Browse the Fire Hall Museum gift shop, vintage toy trains, fire trucks and so much more. The museum is open Saturdays from 9:30am to 12:30pm.
A National Historic Site and the farm home of one of the area's early settlers. Costumed staff, special events and summer theme weeks. Changing exhibitions in the galleries. Open from mid-February to December 24.
A public art gallery with a permanent collection of over 4,000 works. The Gallery presents imaginative, original exhibitions with a focus on contemporary art, often accompanied by tours, talks, publications, videos and special events. Free admission.
A charming stone cottage featuring heritage gardens that showcases Scottish culture. Unique trompe l'oeil friezes, monthly Celidhs, Tartan Teas, 'Kids in Kilts' craft shows and more. Open from the first Thursday in March to mid-December.