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The Guelph Civic Museum showcases Guelph's history through permanent and changing exhibits, a fun and interactive families gallery, and special events and activities. Located in the recently renovated Loretto Convent, atop the hill at Norfolk Street...more
My family and I love this museum. We have memberships to it so we get entry free which is worth it if you have younger children. Theres a large plat room which is two floors and offers toys, computers, coloring sheets aswell as various activities...More
We recently got a family membership for the Guelph Civic Museum and have gone a couple of times to visit the play area for our kids. Our 3 year old really enjoys playing here and seeing the exhibits. Not a big museum, but if you...More
I am not originally from Guelph but since moving here I have beeen extremely impressed by not only the make over of this museum but by the contents it holds as well as all the activities that are offered there. Many free of charge or...More
GuelphMuseums, Community Relations Coordinator at Guelph Civic Museum, responded to this reviewResponded July 19, 2018
Thank you so much for your kind review! We're so glad to hear that you not only explored our galleries, but have also attended a number of our events to get the full museum experience. Thank you for supporting Guelph Museums and hope to see...More
We've lived in Guelph for about a year and a half and everytime we drove by the museum we told ourselves that we need to check it out. So, in October, we did. The entrance fee is $5.00 and there's no question you'll get $5.00...More
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GuelphMuseums, Community Relations Coordinator at Guelph Civic Museum, responded to this reviewResponded November 22, 2017
We're so glad to hear you enjoyed your visit to Guelph Civic Museum! Thank you for sharing your experience.
A very good look at life in Guelph through the ages. Makes you appreciate history. The staff are knowledgeable and extremely helpful. You can tell that they love what they do. They also have a space for parties and meetings. That would be cool.
A nice place to stop for a few hours to learn about Guelph and its history. I enjoyed seeing many photos from the past compared to today. Lots of interesting items to see and they were well organized. The kids area had many fun activities...More
Management response:Responded August 14, 2017
We're so glad you enjoyed your visit! Thank you for your review!