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Exterior of Museum
Entrance to the Permanent Gallery
Introduction Panel to Exhibits
Mural Graphic | Immigration to Waterloo
View to Long Term Gallery from Immigration Exhibits
Waterloo's Industrial Past
View from Mezzanine Level
View of the Threshing Machine and Beck Truck and their associated equipment. Some of many large artifacts on display within the gallery.
Entrance View of the Long Term Gallery from Mezzanine Level
View from Mezzanine Bridge | Patterns of Immigration
Mezzanine Level Exhibits and View to Ground Floor
The museum is a one-of-a-kind cultural crossroads that connects visitors to the people, ideas and stories that define and continue to shape Waterloo Region. The museum is the new gateway to Doon Heritage Village.
Terry Heard Designers are the Exhibition Designers for this 14,000 square foot space.
The exhibits were designed in such a way so
as to showcase the history of the region visually through the application of printed and
waterloo region museum
* Architect | Moriyama & Teshima Architects