Canadian Medical Hall of Fame


The Exhibit Hall

Currently, we are located on the main floor of the J. Allyn Taylor Building  | 267 Dundas Street (at Wellington) in downtown London, ON      519.488.2003

Our offices are moving to
100 Kellogg Lane on July 20th

While our new space is under construction, our Exhibit Hall will be closed - likely until mid-winter in 2020. Please check back for details.

Museum School and Class Trips will continue to be offered at 100 Kellogg Lane during the transition - contact us at 519.488.2003 to find out more.

Be sure to explore the inspirational stories of our Laureates right here on our website. Start by scrolling to the bottom of this page.
Our Exhibit Hall inspires visitors with the stories of outstanding achievements of Canadian women and men who have changed the face of medicine and health in the world. 

It features a distinguished laureate portrait gallery, three exhibits (The Brain & Mind, The Vital Flow and The Mother & Child) and a unique, cozy Laureate Theatre established in the old bank vault where you can enjoy tribute videos of the laureates and immense pride of Canada's contribution to global health and medicine. 

View our Exhibit Hall self-guided tour book.


Thank you to our partners at Kidoons and Jerry Muskrat for helping Canada's youth
be inspired by Canadian Medical Hall of Fame Laureates

Exhibit Hall Hours:

Monday to Friday: 8:30 am – 4:30 pm UNTIL FRIDAY, JULY 12.
Closed all statutory holidays unless posted here otherwise

Our Exhibit Hall will be CLOSED effective Monday, July 15th
due to our move to a new location.
It will not reopen for several months -
please check back for updates. 

  • Admission by donation
  • Special tours by appointment
  • Bilingual exhibits
  • Wheelchair accessible

We are proud to be partnered with the Institute for Canadian Citizenship's Cultural Acess Pass (CAP) program.  We welcome all newcomers to Canada and invite you to visit our Hall:





We are grateful for the support of Founding Partner: