The Stratford Perth Museum celebrates the rich and diverse communities of Perth County. The Museum draws inspiration from more than 20,000 artifacts, creating exhibits that bring the many worlds of Perth County alive.
Enjoy the naturally beautiful property that boasts a 1.5 km trail system, storm water pond and beehives that produce honey for the gift shop.
OPENING JULY 26, 2021:
Seventy-six years after her death, Anne Frank lives on through her famous diary, in which she confided her thoughts and feelings as a Jewish teenager forced into hiding in Nazi-occupied Amsterdam. But Anne’s story, like the circumstances that led to the Holocaust, began before her family took refuge in the secret annex in 1942.
The 60 minute guided-tour leads guests through the panel exhibition highlighting personal photographs, stories, diary entries and objects from the holocaust. A 15 minute round table discussion will follow the tour if guests wish to debrief and further discuss with the guide and group.
Choose from four tours daily. 10am. 10:15am. 1:00pm. 1:15pm
IMPORTANT: Due to limited space, tickets must be purchased in advance .
- Stratford Festival: Such Stuff as Dreams…
- Railway Century
- You Are Here: Vignettes of Perth County
- Perth UP: A Retrospective of Duty and Valour
- Duffy Dent: A Soldier’s Art
Other Museum features include:
- History of the Stratford Fire Department
- Brooks Steam Car
- Print Shop
Travel back in time, and back again, through almost 200 years of local history.