Mount Forest Cemetery began in the 1880's.
The Cenotaph erected in Arthur to honour the soldiers who fought in World War 1, World War II, and in peacekeeping missions.
A mural showing the surveyor Augustus Jones, his First Nations crew and survey instruments used to survey a road from Burlington to Arthur.
A cemetery of Old Order Mennonites
A Mennonite Cemetery near Mount Forest.
A tree that has been carved into the shape of a Scottish piper playing his bagpipes.
Most of the tombstones in this pioneer cemetery are dated in the late 1800's with only a few in the 1900's.
The Mount Forest Museum and Archives is a safe haven for our past. It has interesting displays and helpful volunteers to find information that you may be seeking.