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  • Closed Good Friday and Easter Monday

  • Stratford Perth Museum hiring Manager, Education & Public Programs

    The Stratford Perth Museum is accepting resumes for the position of Manager, Education and Public Programs. This is a full-time permanent position. Job Overview The Manager, Education and Public Programs plays a key role in bringing history to life, by researching, developing, planning, implementing and evaluating all education and public programs at the museum. This… Read more »
  • Book Signing at Indigo Kitchener, Yorkdale and Bay/Bloor

    Our Museum Director and author of “Justin Bieber: Steps to Stardom” will be signing books and sharing stories of his journey with Justin at Indigo Kitchener next Friday March 15th. John  will have some exclusive items from the Steps to Stardom exhibit, like a shirt that Justin wore! John will be visiting Indigo Yorkdale and… Read more »
  • Now accepting nominations for Agriculture Wall of Fame

    The Stratford Perth Museum Agriculture Wall of Fame committee is now accepting nominations for 2019. The Wall of Fame is open to current or former residents of Perth County who have made outstanding contributions to agriculture in Perth County. Nominations are solicited from the public and a committee determines the honourees. A display celebrating the… Read more »
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The museum is now in summer hours! 9-5, seven days a week. ...

Happy Mother's Day from the Stratford Perth Museum, to all the mothers there ever were. These are two cabinet photographs of mothers and their children from our collection.

The museum is open today from 9-5.
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Happy Mothers Day from the Stratford Perth Museum, to all the mothers there ever were. These are two cabinet photographs of mothers and their children from our collection.

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The Stratford Perth Museum

Ever wonder what it would be like to ride in our Brooks steam-powered car? Well, first you had to fill the boiler by means of hand water pump (if you not fortunate enough to have access to a pressurized water system). Next you would have to fill the pilot tank, main fuel tank, main pressure tank, air storage tank and the cylinder lubricator. Then it would finally be time to start the car which had to run for a half an hour to build enough pressure. Lastly, it would be time to turn the car off and head back to the house for a nap because that was too much work! 😴 #stratfordperthmuseum @ The Stratford Perth Museum ...

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