AAA Editor Notes
Delhi Ontario Tobacco Museum and Heritage Centre, 200 Talbot Rd. (Hwy. 3), displays equipment and tools that document the history and technology of tobacco growing and curing from ancient times to the present, along with exhibits about ginseng and alternative crops and local community history. Displays include a streetscape comprised of buildings from the Victorian era, including a tobacco shop, general store and tavern. Other highlights include cigar store Indians, a mural depicting the journey of immigrants, multicultural displays and tobacco-related machinery. A 20-minute video describes the growing, marketing, processing and manufacturing of tobacco.
Guided tours are available. Time: Allow 30 minutes minimum.