Glenhyrst Art Gallery of Brant Explore Brantford’s rich history at one of our many museums or galleries.

Bell Homestead National Historic Site
94 Tutela Heights Rd., Brantford
From 1870 to 1881, this was the Bell family’s first Canadian residence and where Alexander Graham Bell discovered the fundamental concept of the telephone in 1874. Spend an hour touring the Bell family home with original furniture and artefacts and visit Canada’s first telephone office with phones from 1877 to the 1900s.

Brantford and Area Sports Hall of Recognition
254 North Park St., Brantford
Located within the Wayne Gretzky Sports Centre, this 3,000 square foot space proudly honours and pays tribute to local inducted sport heroes.

Public Art
Various Locations
Explore the City of Brantford’s Public Art Collection, which features works by internationally recognized artists. Don’t miss Brantford’s Grand Exhibit, which includes 12 to-scale reproductions from Glenhyrst Art Gallery of Brant’s permanent collection.

Glenhyrst Art Gallery of Brant
20 Ava Rd., Brantford
Located in Glenhyrst Gardens, a beautifully landscaped 16-acre park, Glenhyrst Art Gallery of Brant offers exciting contemporary fine art exhibitions, guided tours, classes, workshops and an array of events.

Canadian Military Heritage Museum
347 Greenwich St., Brantford
This 13,000 square foot museum preserves and displays artefacts about the military history of Canada and especially Brantford. It honours and remembers all veterans and military service personnel who have served and are currently serving.

Brant Museum and Archives
57 Charlotte St., Brantford
Explore the story of the people, places and events that shaped Brantford and the County of Brant. The museum contains galleries that reflect the cultural, social, commercial and industrial heritage of the community.

Myrtleville House Museum
34 Myrtleville Dr., Brantford
Built in 1837, this 10-room Georgian homestead was home to Allen and Eliza Good, who emigrated from Ireland with their three children. Known for their contributions to Canadian farming, education and public life, you can experience what life was like for early settlers of the Brantford area through the eyes of the Good family.