Delhi Tobacco Museum and Heritage Centre

Record Details
Public Comments Closed to the public until at least Oct 1, 2020
Service Details
Hours Summer hours - Jul & Aug Mon-Fri 10 am-4:30 pm * Sun 1 pm-4 pm 
Labour Day-end of June - Tue-Fri 10 am-4:30 pm * Sun 1 pm-4 pm
Areas Served Norfolk County
Eligibility No restrictions
Application Call or e-mail * reservations are required for group tours
Languages English
Fees Membership - Individual $15 Family $25 Corporate $100 ; Donation ; Admission - General admission by donation ; Organized bus tours: $5 per person (no charge to bus tour operator/guide or bus driver) * Fees for special events and workshops * Facility rental fees - Facility available for rental purposes for small functions
Address and Location
Located In Community Delhi
Address & Map
200 Talbot Rd
Delhi, ON N4B 2A2
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Intersection Hwy 3, east of Hwy 59
Physical Access Fully Accessible
Description (Service) Museum and heritage centre that collects, exhibits, interprets, researches, conserves and documents the material and cultural heritage of Delhi and district  
Museum features a streetscape comprised of buildings from the Victorian era which include a Tobacconist Shop, Forestville General Store, Tavern, mural depicting the Immigrants' Journey to the area, multicultural heritage displays, ginseng display, as well as tobacco-related machinery, advertising and exhibits on tobacco's role in Canada from as early as the 18th century to the present  
Delhi souvenirs and art of the local artist community are also available for sale, along with many seasonal items at the Forestville General Store and Teeterville House Gift Shops
Contact Information
Office Phone 519-582-0278
Fax 519-582-0122
Primary Contact Carene Morrison, Curator-Director; Email:
Alternate Contact Angela Ferreira, Assistant Curator; Email: