Hours & Locations
Situated atop a small hill overlooking Quance Park in Delhi, Ontario, this open-concept museum, built in 1979 as a model of a typical tobacco pack barn, houses a large agricultural collection which includes exhibits on tobacco, ginseng and alternative agriculture grown in Norfolk County.
Permanent and featured exhibits highlight local community history and its diverse multicultural heritage.
While on your visit to the Delhi Tobacco Museum & Heritage Centre (DTMHC), please make sure to ask Museum Staff to tour the Heritage Designated Tobacco Kiln on site and see for yourself the interior of a once functional tobacco kiln with stick-hung tobacco still in place.
Parking is FREE to all visitors of the Museum. Parking is located to the East of our building directly in front of our Tobacco Kiln.
There is additional Accessible drop-off in front of the Museum. Vehicles are not permitted to park in this area. Accessible parking located in parking lot.
Our Museum is fully committed to accessibility for all visitors. Located to the West of our building, we offer accessible grading leading to the entrance on the East of our building where there is a power assist entrance.
NOTE: Please know that though our building is two stories, there is currently no access to a lift for second-floor access.
Norfolk County Archives (NCA)
Open Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday 10 am to 4 pm. Saturdays by appointment.
Appointments are not required, however, they are recommended in order for archives staff to better serve you. Book online or contact us for an appointment.
109 Norfolk St. S. Simcoe ON. We are directly across the street from the Blue Elephant.
GPS coordinates: 42.835067, -80.302822
The Norfolk County Archives (NCA) is committed to preserving Norfolk County’s heritage and making it available to the public.
Located in the heart of downtown Simcoe, the original heritage home was built in 1845 in the Georgian/Loyalist style and is one of the oldest residential brick structures in Simcoe. The Norfolk County Archives located in the addition at the rear of the heritage home has an extensive collection of archival materials available to the public for the avid genealogist, local history enthusiast, or anyone interested in conducting research!
The Port Dover Harbour Museum (PDHM) promotes and preserves the history of Port Dover, with focus on the community’s commercial fishing heritage along the north shore of Lake Erie.
The museum connects with the community by actively collecting memories and material culture, while creating an engaging experience for all visitors.
To ensure that Port Dover’s historic role in the freshwater commercial fishing industry, and the history of this beachside community, is preserved.
Research – The Harry B. Barrett Reading Room
The reading room houses books and research relating to the history of Port Dover. Please call ahead if you would like to conduct research.
Shop – The Nautical Nook
Stop by the Nautical Nook for marine themed children’s gifts, one of a kind books by local authors or a small piece of art for your home.