Annandale House Tillsonburg

Annandale National Historic Site (NHS) is home to a beautiful 1880's mansion built by the town's first Mayor, E.D. Tillson as well as a community museum boasting more than 18,000 artifacts from Tillsonburg's past. Annandale also offers year-round programming for all ages.

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Beachville District Museum

Located in the former home of one of the managers of the Beachville quarries * the museum's agricultural buildings contain a vast array of agricultural implements * museum has a wealth of local history, artifacts and information * anniversary of the first-recorded baseball game in June * summer camp for kids aged 5 to 11 in July and August * beef barbecue event in August * museum can be booked for weddings, reunions or picnics

Drumbo & District Museum

The former Wolverton Railway Station which was relocated to the Drumbo Agricultural Fairgrounds. The new Museum behind the Station displays articles from the area as well as an Archive with some family history files and much more.

Ingersoll Cheese & Agricultural Museum

Commemorating the rich agricultural history of Oxford County, including the world famous cheese industry this museum features a replica 19th Century cheese factory, blacksmith shop, barns, local history gallery and Oxford County Museum School

Oxford County Museum School

Community museum that preserve, exhibits, and interprets artifacts and archival materials reflecting the educational history of Ontario and historical interest to the County of Oxford * the Museum School reproduces the experience of a 1900's era classroom.