Delhi Tobacco Museum & Heritage Centre



 Situated atop a small hill overlooking Quance Park in Delhi, Ontario, this open-concept museum, built in 1979 as a model of typical tobacco pack barn, houses a large agricultural collection which includes exhibits on tobacco, ginseng and alternate crops grown in Norfolk County.  Permanent and featured exhibits highlight local community history and its diverse multicultural heritage.  Throughout the year, the Museum hosts fundraising and community development events for people of all ages.  Canada’s only tobacco museum is open year-round.


Second Annual Volunteer Drive

Saturday, April 6, 2019

Time: 9:00 a.m. – 1:30 p.m.

In celebration of National Volunteer Month, Norfolk County Heritage & Culture cordially invites you to our second annual Volunteer Drive on Saturday, April 6, 2019. This will be a fun, interactive and FREE bus tour through the County. Volunteers are an essential and valuable resource to our organization. We have a wide range of opportunities available, everything from gardening to exhibit construction to working with our collections. We want to match your needs and interests to ours and ensure that your volunteer experience is rewarding! Stops at our sites will allow you to experience firsthand the work we do in our communities. If you are interested in learning more about us or becoming a member of our volunteer team then jump on board our Volunteer Drive. Pre-registration is required to secure a spot on the bus.

To register, please visit