The Delhi Tobacco Museum & Heritage Centre features both permanent and temporary exhibits and displays.
TEMPORARY EXHIBITION IN 2017
Family Ties – A Collaborative Canada 150 Project
Monday May 1 to Friday December 15, 2017
Exhibit Opening – Monday May 1, 2017 – 5 to 9 p.m.
Celebrating Norfolk County’s rich heritage, the Delhi Tobacco Museum & Heritage Centre, Port Dover Harbour Museum and Waterford Heritage & Agricultural Museum explore multiple perspectives of life from across Norfolk County with an oral history project which captures 150 stories of Norfolk County residents, past and present. Each site will host a unique exhibit incorporating artifacts, audio-visual, archival resources and photographs to present the stories they have collected. Visitors will experience an up close and personal glimpse of those who have helped shape our ever evolving community…Norfolk County.
Tobacco in Canada
Follow the stages of growing tobacco in Norfolk County as you admire the equipment used in years gone by.
Learn about one of Norfolk County’s most unique crops – ginseng!
Alternative Agriculture in Norfolk County
Did you know that Norfolk County is the number one grower of many fruits and vegetables in Ontario? Come and learn about some of the other interesting and unique crops grown in the area such as popping corn and lavender!
Our Cultural Roots
Explore Delhi’s multicultural heritage through our exhibit featuring eight countries that have greatly contributed to the growth of this community.
Visit our ‘Discover Delhi’ exhibit and learn all about Early Settlement, Municipal Services, Schools & Churches, Historic Homes, Businesses & Industry, Sports & Entertainment and Community Clubs & Services.
Learn more about our upcoming exhibits and other events information in our Events Calendar 2017