Delhi Tobacco Museum & Heritage Centre

200 Talbot Road, Delhi, ON 519-582-0278 delhi.museum@norfolkcounty.ca

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Follow the stages of growing tobacco in Norfolk County as you admire the equipment used in years gone by.

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Canada is made up of many different immigrant populations that have arrived in Canada from all over the world over the course of hundreds of years. The Immigration Story takes you on one of the journeys that so many people have taken, especially here in Norfolk County and in particular Delhi.

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The area started to see a cultural shift from the origins of our populations from hundreds of years ago beginning with First Nations, to later seeing populations from all over Europe but in particular, Great Britain and Germany.

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Ginseng is quickly gaining popularity in Norfolk County and can be seen throughout in many different parts. Come learn about Ginseng and its history in the county.

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‘Discover Delhi’ and learn all about Early Settlement, Municipal Services, Schools & Churches, Historic Homes, Businesses & Industry, Sports & Entertainment and Community Clubs & Services in this historically rich town.

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Come and learn about some of the other interesting and unique crops grown in the area such as popping corn and lavender!

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In this exhibit, we will explore the many portrayals of tobacco from farm to finished product, through different media and contexts.

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May 1 to December 15, 2017 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 residents, past and present. Each site will host a unique exhibit incorporating artifacts, audio-visual, archival resources and photographs…

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Did you know that 2019 marks our 40th year preserving the history of tobacco and Delhi? Our new exhibit will take you back to 1979, when the Delhi Tobacco Museum & Heritage Centre first opened, and the park it proudly sits over. Take a look at the plans and dreams of the 1970’s and compare…

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