Explore St. Catharines through the lens of the City's diverse residents in this 'living time capsule' created with members of our community who share what it means to them to be a part of our community.
To commemorate the 100th anniversary of the First World War, this exhibition examines the wartime experiences of St. Catharines residents at home and at the front. Looking through the eyes of the local men and women who contributed in their own ways to the war effort, this exhibit takes viewers from recruiting office to the trenches.
An audio guide is available for this special exhibition. Please inquire are the front desk during your visit.
On display through November 2018.
2017 marks the 50th anniversary of the opening of the St. Catharines Museum. In this exhibit, we're reflecting on where we've come from by recreating some of our earliest exhibitions.
On display in the Museum's lobby.
Dig into the roots of agriculture in St. Catharines, back to the days when dairying, butchering, milling and farming all occurred within easy distance and "locally made" was the reality of life in Niagara.
On display in History Hall.
The Museum's permanent exhibits and educational programs let visitors explore the early days of St. Catharines in interesting and interactive ways.
Explore the fascinating story of the four Welland Canals and the history of the City of St. Catharines that grew up alongside this engineering wonder. Discover the ways in which the Canal has changed over time and meet the people whose hard work built the Welland Canal. Then, venture outside to the viewing platform to get an up close view of Lock 3.
Discover the rich legacy of Niagara's African-Canadians in this exhibition, which is incorporated throughout the Museum's permanent gallery. Learn about Richard Pierpoint and the "Coloured Corps", St. Catharines' role as a terminus of the Underground Railroad and one of our City's most famous residents, Harriet Tubman, among many other stories.
Explore the history of North America's oldest team sport inside the Ontario Lacrosse Hall of Fame & Museum