The Chatham-Kent Museum is located in The Cultural Centre and is open daily 1pm – 5pm.
Since 1943, the Chatham-Kent Museum has been dedicated to collecting and preserving the material heritage of Chatham-Kent, and to promoting the area’s history through exhibits and programming. Over the past six decades, the museum has assembled an interesting and diverse collection that includes vehicles, textiles, agricultural implements, military items, prehistoric artifacts, and a world-famous Nubian mummy!
The main gallery of the museum features exciting thematic exhibits on the history of Chatham-Kent. The mezzanine gallery features temporary in-house exhibits as well as displays from private collections and travelling exhibitions from the Royal Ontario Museum and other fine Canadian institutions.
Address: 75 William Street North, Chatham, ON N7M 4L4
Hours: Open Daily 1pm - 5pm