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 with a serene feeling situated among mature trees.
A cemetery of Old Order Mennonites
A small rural cemetery. The plaque is on the cairn at the Kenilworth/United Church cemetery.
A plaque commemorating a local World War I veteran who sacrificed his life.
Mural of a pioneer family with their 2 oxen. They have just received their location papers entitling them to 50 acres of land.
A series of 3-panel murals depicting patriotism during World War 1, World War 2 and peacekeeping missions.
A mural showing the inside of a modern Foodland grocery store. Mural is not yet completed.
A tree sculpture depicting the crest of Arthur, an owl peeking out of a hole, a heron, a coyote, and a trillium.
A very small cemetery situated at the north end of the Town of Arthur.
A tree that has been carved into the shape of a Scottish piper playing his bagpipes.
This Catholic pioneer cemetery lies on the side of the road, nestled in the trees.
The Cenotaph erected in Arthur to honour the soldiers who fought in World War 1, World War II, and in peacekeeping missions.
A replica of a 155 MM Howitzer (tank turret only) on display in the Veteran's Memorial Park, Mount Forest.
A field gun from World War I standing in front of the Mount Forest Legion.
Mount Forest Cemetery began in the 1880's.
A plaque commemorating a local World War I veteran who sacrificed his life for the war effort.
The Catholic church cemetery, Sacred Heart, located beside the church of the same name.