Visit one of the many museums located in the city of Cambridge and the Region of Waterloo. 

Cambridge Archives
The City of Cambridge Archives provides local history and geneology resources. 
Fire Hall Museum and Education Centre
Learn about the City of Cambridge's Fire Hall Museum and Education Centre.
Fashion History Museum
The Fashion History Museum (FHM) has a collection of more than 12,000 items related to fashion throughout history, from ancient Rome to modern designer clothing. There is also a library and archives section with more than 3,000 titles to choose from.
McDougall Cottage
McDougall Cottage is an 1858 granite and limestone labourer's cottage located in downtown Galt's historic factory district. The museum hosts a variety of special events celebrating Scottish heritage and features beautiful pocket-sized gardens and spectacular hand-painted friezes and trompe l'oeil ceilings. 
The Company of Neighbours
The Company of Neighbours has the largest collection of archival materials related to Hespeler's history. Now called the Hespeler Heritage Centre, the building is actually Old Hespeler's Town Hall.
The Museum
THEMUSEUM is a museum that shares ideas and experience by presenting cultural content from around the globe in new and interesting ways. The five-floor building features exhibits related to art, science, culture and technology.
Waterloo Region Museum
The Waterloo Region Museum is the largest community museum in Ontario! The main gallery features the story of Waterloo Region. The feature gallery displays various local and travelling exhibits. Waterloo Region Museum is also the entrance to Doon Heritage Village.