The Norfolk Arts Centre at Lynnwood National Historic Site

Norfolk Arts Centre 21 Lynnwood Avenue, Simcoe, Ontario

N42° 50.277′ / W80° 18.188′

The Lynnwood/Campbell-Reid House National Historic Site, located on the banks of the Lynn RIver, is a Neoclassical mansion built in 1851 by Duncan Campbell, Simcoe’s first postmaster. This magnificent home and surrounding grounds now house the Norfolk Arts Centre, a public art gallery dedicated to the exhibition of contemporary art.

Norfolk Arts Centre Front Door

Front Door

Norfolk Arts Centre Stairway

Front Stairway




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