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.
On display through November 2018.
Discover the experiences of Niagara's citizen soldiers in the Second World War. This exhibit is produced in partnership with the Lincoln and Welland Regiment Museum and features artifacts and photographs from their collection.
Discover St. Catharines' war effort on the home front during the Great War in this special exhibit, which features a rare Victory Loan flag awarded to the City and County of Lincoln for raising more than $6,000,000 in Victory Loans during the 1918 campaign.
The Museum's permanent exhibits and educational programs let visitors explore the early days of St. Catharines in interesting and interactive ways.
Learn the fascinating story of the Welland Canals and the city that grew up around them. Exhibits illustrate the engineering feats of yesterday and today.
Fugitive slaves found freedom in Canada when they followed the North Star - an enduring symbol of freedom. Experience the rich legacy of Niagara's African Canadians.
Explore the history of North America's oldest team sport inside the Ontario Lacrosse Hall of Fame & Museum