Art Galleries and Studio Tours
The areas unique and Varied natural environ-ment motivates many visual artists to call it home. Beach, lake, sunsets, forest, wildlife, farmland and quaint downtowns inspire artistic results.
There are more than eleven galleries/working studios in the area.
Paint Ontario is one of the provinces largest art events. 21st annual juried art show, competition and sale. March 11 am to 5 pm.
Lampton Heritage Museum-Gallery/Exhibition Room, Grand Bend
Grand Bend Studio Tour
Features 34 plus artists, restaurants and music at multiple locations. This annual event Early May, Saturday and Sunday until 5 pm.
Museums, Archives & Collections
St. Joseph Memorial Park and Historical Walkway
St. Joseph is the only French Settlement between Windsor and Midland. Read about Narcisse Cantin known as the Founder of the Saint Lawrence Seaway, about the connection to Saint Andre and many other fascinating stories about the city that never was told through the narrative and pictorial signage.
Located on Highway 21 just 1 minute North of the Brentwood Cottages
Historical St. Joseph Archive & Museum
Hessenland St. Joseph, Ontario
The Huron County Museum
The Huron Historic Gaol
The Lambton Heritage Museum
Schoolhouse on Wheels Railcar Museum
It isn't often that the main artifact of a museum is the museum itself. From 1926 to 1965 this rail car was a school house and the living area of the Fred Sloman family It was used to educate children in remote areas of Northern Ontario bush. This is an interesting and very unique museum. Open from Victoria Day weekend till the end of September. Thursday to the end of September and holidays: 11 am to 4 pm
76 Victoria Terrace, Clinton
Heritage Walking Tours