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The Welland Museum boasts a surplus of unique positions that help ensure the Museum thrives. From hosting exciting and captivating programs to keeping our archives spick and span, there are a number of roles that require passionate individuals to fill them. We are beyond excited to introduce you to the…
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On May 12th, the Welland Museum was honoured to reveal the replica historic doors for the Carnegie Gallery at 140 King St. Museum staff and Board members were joined by MPP Jeff Burch, City Councillor Bonnie Fokkens, Associate Dean of the School of Trades for Niagara College Jeff Murrell, and…
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The properties at 189 and 195 East Main Street were the original Welland Market Square/Farmers Market. Both were built around the turn of the 20th century and have long term associations with the medical profession. The building at the rear of the properties would have been the carriage house. 189…
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Construction of the courthouse began in 1855-1856. During the course of our research for this project, we were able to speak with several individuals who work within the walls of this building (some who have done so for decades) and the feeling was pretty much unanimous – this place is…
December 1 Read More
The Niagara Area Paranormal Society (NAPS) has investigated this property, built in 1920, on a few occasions, and were able to capture 41 EVPs (electronic voice phenomenon): When they went up to the second floor, where the lockers and showers are, they heard a male voice say “help me” numerous…
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This building was originally the city library. It was constructed in 1923 with a grant from the Carnegie foundation. There are no reports of hauntings or paranormal activity in the building during the time that it housed the library. It seems to have begun when the museum was relocated here.
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