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world war one exhibit at Annandale House

Annandale National Historic Site offers programs throughout the year to help visitors of all ages learn more about the history of Tillsonburg. 

Lunch and Learn Series

Enjoy a catered lunch and historical talk. Each lecture is offered twice. Choose the date that works best for you. Admission is $25.00 each or $80.00 for a series pass. Advance tickets only. Seating is limited. Call the Museum for full details. 

 Tillsonburg Architectural Treasures

Learn about Tillsonburg's architectural treasures from local historian Laurel Beechey.


When: Thursday, February 21 OR Friday, February 22 at 12:00 p.m.

Buggies and Tin Lizzies

Learn the history of  Waller's Carriage Works and Mabee's Garage with Patricia Phelps.


When: Thursday, March 28 or Friday, March 29 at 12:00 p.m.


 When Tobacco was King

Learn about the history of tobacco in Canada, and Tillsonburg's important role in this industry with guest lecturer and author Paul E. Allen.


When: Thursday, April 25 or Friday, April 26 at 12:00 p.m.

 Full Steam Ahead 

Learn the history of early railroads in Tillsonburg with lecturer Joan Weston.


When:  Thursday, Mary 30 or Friday, May 31 at 12:00 p.m.

Special Events
Family Day Fun at the Museum

Come out to the museum on Family Day for some good old fashioned fun. Play vintage games in the program room and challenge yourself to I SPY ANNANDALE contest. Light refreshments. Admission by donation.


When: Monday, February 18 at 10:00 a.m.

Spring Workshop

Part of a series of fun and interactive workshops where participants are encouraged to get in touch with their creative sides. All materials and instructions are supplied. For cost, please call 519.842.2294.


When: Thursday, February 14