Township of Norwich
Historical. Agricultural. Beautiful.
The Norwich and District Museum and Archives is
centered around an 1889 Quaker Meeting House with the Village of
Norwich. The museum also features local history galleries, a working
blacksmith shop, agricultural exhibit barns, and a restored 19th century
Otterville is the home of a 1845 grist mill that is still operational. The Mill is maintained by the South Norwich Historical Society.
Other points of interest are the African Methodist Episcopal Cemetery
which dates back to the underground railroad,
the octogonal Woodlawn Centre (Oddy House), Grand Trunk Railway
Station, Otterville Mill Classic Car Show and Autumn Art Studio Tour.
Ontario Heritage Trust
Ontario Heritage Act
Oxford County Archives website
Catherine McMullen Mann Scrapbooks- history of South Norwich
2012 Heritage Plaques PresentedGyori's Salt Box - 220 Main Street East, Otterville Cromwell / Davis House - OttervilleClark / Mott House - former North NorwichService / Pitcher House -NorwichRettie / Gillam House - North NorwichPioneer Rooms - 714516 Middletown Line, Oxford Centre2013 Heritage Plaques PresentedJenvey / Smith House - SpringfordStover / Kelly House - Rock's MillsDuncan / Driesse House - former North NorwichOld Stage Coach House - Old Stage Road, former East OxfordArn-Lockie Funeral Home - 45 Main Street West, NorwichMoore / Freeland House - 229 Main Street East, OttervilleBullock / Furlong House - OttervilleOld Co-op Building - Norwich