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 and is available for rental for small functions and to community groups with seating for 60.
Special Research Study is Seeking Participants:
Research is currently being conducted on Canadians who migrated for work to the Tobacco Belt in the 1960s, 1970s, and 1980s. Please click on the following link to read more information about this Transient Worker Project.