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Guelph Museums consists of three heritage sites -- Guelph Civic Museum, McCrae House, and Locomotive 6167 -- where we explore our local histories through permanent and changing exhibitions, interactive galleries, as well as special events and engagement activities.
Located in an historic building (established 1856), the Guelph Civic Museum is home to a collection of over 40,000 artifacts that bring our regional narratives, past and present, to life.
McCrae House (designated 1966) is the birthplace of Lieutenant Colonel John McCrae (1872-1918), the First World War doctor, soldier and poet who penned “In Flanders Fields” (1915).
Locomotive 6167 (built in 1940) is one of 203 “Northern” locomotives used by Canadian National Railways during the Second World War and for special excursion trips (1960-1964).