The North Huron Museum celebrates the history of the north Huron area from the paleolithic era to modern day. Through exhibits we tell the stories of:
- Famous Canadian short story writer, Alice Munro who grew up in Wingham,
- Those who left the area to fight in World War I and World II as well as those who continued to support the Canadian military through involvement in local militias,
- The history of the local Wingham police force,
- The development of business and industry in the area,
- The development of one of Canada’s smallest radio and television stations and the many entertainers who played on air,
- Kids, ask to participate in the museum’s seek and find program when visiting the museum.
- We also do programs for Girl Guides, school groups and adults on a variety of topics.
- and much more. http://www.northhuron.ca/visitors.php?area=THINGS&cid=4&aid=10