Archival photo of theatrical masks.
TOURS AND
EXHIBITS

Tours and Exhibits

STRATFORD PERTH MUSEUM

4275 Huron Road, Stratford
May 1 – November 4
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HARPER LEE - TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD EXHIBITION
May 4 to November 31
Harper Lee grew up in tiny Monroe, Alabama, and every year thousands of fans of the book, and the iconic movie, descend on the community where some of the movie was filmed. The Monroe County Museum is creating an exhibition exclusive for the Stratford Perth Museum that celebrates the life of the author and tells the story of To Kill a Mockingbird in her own words.

THE STRATFORD FESTIVAL STORY
Exhibit opens May 4 and runs year-round. 
A new permanent exhibition that celebrates the early days of the Stratford Festival is on display at The Stratford Perth Museum. The exhibition tells the theatre’s story – from the dream of Tom Patterson, through its humble beginnings in a tent but buoyed by the likes of Alec Guinness and Tyrone Guthrie, to its current position as one of the premier repertory theatres in the world.


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