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Arts & Culture

Celtic Music FestivalArts and culture abound in and around Goderich. From festivals to art galleries to music on the Square, to Piping Down the Sun... Goderich has it all.

Follow the links below for more information or contact us and we will be glad to share.

Celtic Roots Festival
The Celtic Roots Festival and Celtic College offer a tremendous diversity of Celtic musical, dance, and craft art experiences unmatched anywhere in the world.

Piping Down the Sun
Join the Celtic Blue Higlanders Pipe Band as they "Pipe Down the Sun" every Friday evening during the summer. This annual tradition starts in early July and runs weekly (weather permitting) until the end of August. The entertainment begins about 1 hour before sunset. This event draws hundreds of people each night to Rotary Cove on our picturesque waterfront. Bring your blanket or lawn chair and enjoy a special ending to your day. For more information contact Tourism Goderich at 519-524-6600. 

Goderich Little Theatre
One of the finest in intimate halls for aesthetic and acoustic ambience, and home to one of Canada's longest-running community theatre groups.

Blyth Festival
The Blyth Festival is a community-based professional theatre that produces and develops plays that give voice to both the region and the country.  

Huron Country Playhouse
One of the original theatres involved in the Drayton Festival which presents the finest in musicals, comedies and dramas.

The Reuben Sallows Gallery
Reuban R. Sallows was a photographer from Goderich whose art continues to offer insight into the lives of Canadians around the early part of the century. The Gallery is home to the largest public collection of this reowned photographer's work.

The Goderich Co-op Art Gallery
The Gallery acts as a cooperative where all the member artists participate in its operation. Each day, a new artist is available to assist you.

Historic Gaol

The Huron County Museum and Historic Gaol
This first-class community museum offers a wide range of special interest, and early settlement and development of Huron County exhibits. The Historic Goal once served as the County Jail, now this unique octagonal building is a National Historic Site.