RiverBrink Art Museum

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About RiverBrink Art Museum

The former country home of London lawyer Samuel E. Weir, RiverBrink opened to the public as a fine art museum in 1983. The building contains exhibition galleries on three levels, a library, and gift shop. Construction on the Georgian-style building began in the 1960s and was completed in 1970. We are pleased to arrange guided tours of our current exhibitions, for groups up to 30 visitors. One week advance notice required to arrange this guided tour. The Samuel E. Weir Collection includes fine and decorative arts, rare books, and historical documents. Art works by many well-known Canadian, American, and European artists.