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Annandale National Historic Site is home to the community museum and is a hub for public programming and cultural events. 

What to see

Annandale House 

A fully restored 3 story, Victorian home built by Tillsonburg's Edwin Delevan Tillson, the first mayor of Tillsonburg and son of the town’s founder, George Tillson. The interior of the house is national designated as a monument to the Victorian style of design, known as the "Aesthetic Art Movement." Popularized by Oscar Wilde, this movement encouraged the use of colour and decorative detailing in all areas of the home.

Community Museum
A municipally owned and operated facility Annandale House with its’ functional addition is also home to Tillsonburg’s community museum. The museum collection contains more than 16,000+ items that tell the stories of Tillsonburg.

Tourism Information Centre 
Provides free information about tourism attractions throughout Southwestern Ontario.

 

 

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