Museum Part of Doors Open Middlesex

Posted On Tuesday September 09, 2014

Museum Strathroy-Caradoc was one of eleven sites featured in this year’s Doors Open Middlesex event Saturday & Sunday, September 13-14, presented by the Ontario Heritage Trust and Tourism Middlesex.

Sites were selected to recognize the centenary of the start of the First World War. Residents are invited to mark this important anniversary by exploring significant sites and figures associated with Canada’s military history in Middlesex County.

Other Doors Open Middlesex stops featured in the weekend tour included the following:

  • Caradoc Community Centre, Mount Brydges
  • Clock Tower Inn, Strathroy
  • First Baptist Church, Strathroy
  • Glencoe Train Station, Glencoe
  • Middlesex Centre Archives
  • Mount Brydges Cenotaph, Mount Brydges
  • St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church, Napier
  • Strathroy Cenotaph, Strathroy
  • Thames Valley Central Modular Railroad Club, Thorndale

Museum Strathroy-Caradoc is pleased to partner with Tourism Middlesex to share the proud military heritage of Middlesex County, and honour the valour and sacrifice of those who served. For more information about the event, including operating hours and visitor details, please visit the Doors Open Middlesex website at