Home | Businesses | Things to Do | Cultural & Heritage | The Ken Seiling Waterloo Region Museum

The Ken Seiling Waterloo Region Museum

  • 10 Huron Rd, Kitchener, N2P 2R7

The Ken Seiling Waterloo Region Museum is the largest community museum in Ontario. It consists of two indoor museum galleries, as well as Doon Heritage Village, a 60 acre living history exhibit.

The museum’s main gallery provides visitors with a look at Waterloo Region’s history. Local artifacts have been collected since 1912, and are preserved and stored in the museum’s Curatorial Centre. Also at The Ken Seiling Waterloo Region Museum is the Waterloo Region Hall of Fame, which recognizes individuals and groups for significant contributions to the community. More than 400 recipients have been inducted into the hall of fame since its inception in 1972.

Meetings, Venues

The Ken Seiling Waterloo Region Museum is a fully accessible LEED silver standard building.  Featuring  meeting spaces boasting features that include limestone, repurposed materials, floor to ceiling windows and capacities up to 300 people. Also available are versatile meeting rooms with built in audio visual equipment, and the Christie Theatre that provides an intimate state-of-the-art experience for up to 114 people.  This iconic venue is ideal for any event, offering venue spaces for business meetings, seminars, weddings, celebratory dinners, galas, fundraising events and more.

Watch 360° Video Tour

Scroll to Top