Visit Ontario's largest community museum!

The Ken Seiling Waterloo Region museum is the largest community museum in Ontario with a large feature gallery which showcases local and travelling exhibits from around the world, a temporary gallery, and our permanent gallery which tells the story of Waterloo Region.

Located on the second floor of the main museum gallery is the Waterloo Region Hall of Fame. The second floor also contains a War Memorial with a visual list of the names of all those from Waterloo County/Region who have given their lives for their country.

One admission price includes entry to all of the museum exhibit galleries.

Giving Voice: Vocal Ensembles in Waterloo Region

Inspired by the 100th anniversary of the Grand Philharmonic Choir, Giving Voice celebrates the heritage of local vocal ensembles, their diversity, the communities they inspire, and the power of music across generations.

Learn about the Giving Voice exhibit.

Giving Voice logo


On exhibit January 27, 2024

Visit BEES! and explore the Big Idea that Bee health and diversity reflect the impact of human actions on the environment. Pollinators, including bees, are responsible for one in every three bites of food humans consume. Despite their indispensable role in the Earth's ecosystem, bee populations have been declining for decades. This immersive and engaging exhibit challenges people's existing knowledge about bees, and shares information that inspires awe and respect for this sophisticated insect. 

Learn about the BEES! exhibit.

BEES! text on black background with bees

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