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Arts & Museums
The Secrets of Radar Museum is a museum that pertains to Canadian perspective of the World War II. This museum is a treasure trove of information; if history and stories of World War II interest you, then a visit to this tourist attraction is a must. For more details, check website.
The Canadian Medical Hall of Fame is a voluntary organization that recognizes the efforts of Canadians in the field of medicine and general health.
As the name suggests, the London Regional Children's Museum is dedicated solely to kids. This museum is nothing but three floors that are full of exciting and innovative exhibits. Its hands-on displays as well as programs are designed to inspire innovation amongst kids and enhance their knowledge as well. For details, check website.
Equipped with an encompassing collection, the Museum London focuses on Canadian art and historical heritage of the City of London. If one wishes to get an insight into the local art and history, this is the best place to be.
This is the house where Sir Frederick Banting, discovered Insulin as a medicine for diabetes. The home is now transformed into a house museum and also features the office of Canadian Diabetes Association. For details, check website.
This house museum conserves and displays the artifacts, objects, heirlooms of the Harris family. The home dates way back to the 1830s and is still well-preserved and maintained. For details, check website.
The Royal Canadian Regiment Museum is a lovely tourist attraction where you can learn more about the Royal Canadian Regiment and its history. Here, you can explore the military equipment, medals and other memorabilia that is on display. Check website for details.
As the name suggests, the Jet Aircraft Museum is dedicated to the field of aviation. It honors the Royal Canadian Air Force, that serves the nation during peace as well as war-time. A visit to this museum will give you an insight into the workings of an aircraft and related subjects.
Located to the western end of St. Thomas, Elgin Military Museum dedicates itself to showcasing the history and honoring the achievements of Elgin County members in the Canadian Forces, right from the early 19th Century. The museum was established in 1982, by citizens of Elgin County. Artifacts on display include over 500 badges by the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) and United Nations (UN), models by skilled craftsmen and two carrier vehicles exhibited outside. The museum is also home to a huge monument dedicated to Jumbo, a large captive elephant, who died in St. Thomas in 1885.
As the name suggests, the Elgin County Railway Museum is all about railways and their heritage. The history of St. Thomas' railway sector has been displayed here with a very authentic collection of images, models and other such collectibles. Do call ahead to know more.
Established in 1983, the Canadian Baseball Hall of Fame is located in the beautiful town on St. Marys. A sports museum, the hall of fame honors and commemorates all those people who have made a significant contribution to baseball in Canada. A visit to this museum will get you acquainted with the baseball scene of Canada. Events and programs at the museum are a regular affair.