Exhibitions at Guelph Civic Museum
Much More Munsch
UntilÂ November 9
The whimsical stories of Guelph writer Robert Munsch come to life with interactive experiences that encourage imagination and creativity.
The Art of the Lacemaker
July 11 to November 2
From utilitarian beginnings to status symbol, historical and contemporary lace drawn from the extraordinary Ruhland Collection, reveal the significance and cultural value of this art form.
Generously supported by Guelph Community Foundation
Saints Preserve Us!
November 7 to March 22
Reception: Friday, November 7, 7 to 9 pm
An exhibition of Debbie Thompson Wilsonâ€™s miniature paintings and icons of the saints who have lent their names to Guelphâ€™s churches, schools, streets and organizations â€“ past and present.
Deck the Halls: A Victorian Christmas
November 21 to January 11
Come into our parlour to experience the sights, sounds and activities of Christmases long ago.
In our cases
Hands and Hearts: The Women of the Guelph General Hospitalâ€™sÂ School of Nursing -Until September 28
Celebrating Loyola House 50 Years 1964-2014 -Â until December 7
Gone Fishing: The Story of John Vandivier -Â until October 26
Guelph Industries – August/September: J.B. Armstrong Manufacturing
Wall of Art
Spinning Yarns – until September
In the Permanent Exhibition Galleries
The Royal City Families Gallery -Â An interactive gallery for all ages that explores Guelphâ€™s history and its place in the world.
Growing Guelph Gallery and City Gallery -Â What makes Guelph unique and what are our stories?
The Loretto Gallery -Â The story of the Convent and the Sisters of the Loretto