In celebration of Heritage Month, regular admission to McCrae House here is free in February.
People can visit the birthplace of WWI soldier, doctor, poet, and author of In Flanders Fields. McCrae House is a National Historic Site and is recognized as a place of national significance and for John McCrae as a person of national significance.
Heritage Month is the time to visit local heritage sites.
The offer is for regular admission only – any programs or booked groups are subject to the regular charges.
McCrae House is at 108 Water Street in Guelph and is open to the public Sunday to Friday from 1 to 5pm, and closed on Saturdays and holiday Mondays.