Cultural life in Goderich includes festivals, concerts, plays, museums and galleries. Actively participate or simply enjoy the experience! Follow the links to learn more.
The Celtic Roots Festival and Celtic College gathers world-class entertainers representing the diversity of Celtic music worldwide. Join a workshop in the Celtic College or catch superb art, dance and musical performances during the Celtic Roots Festival.
One of Canada's longest-running community groups, Goderich Little Theatre produces high-quality, live community theatre. The GLT also nurtures the artistic spirit of the next generation through its affiliated Children's Theatre.
This summer festival presents original works and classics, drawing inspiration from rural life across Ontario and Canada.
The Huron Country Playhouse is one of the original theatres involved in the Drayton Festival which presents the finest in musicals, comedies and dramas.
Renowned Goderich photographer Reuben R. Sallows documented life in Goderich and across Canada in the early 20th century. The gallery named in his honour contains the largest public collection of his work.
Browse through beautiful artwork, chat with a local artist! Every day a different member of this art co-op answers questions and helps with selections.
The Huron County Museum boasts a first-class museum and its historic gaol, a National Historic Site, as well as other smaller galleries and museums. Goderich has a rich history as one of the first settlements in the area and a major historical power. See that history firsthand!