What does the London Heritage Council do?
The London Heritage Council (LHC) works to support London's heritage sector through advocating for the critical role that cultural and heritage institutions play in our cities, provinces, and country. As an agency of the City of London, LHC is uniquely positioned within the community to facilitate communication between the municipality and the broader public.
Throughout its 10-year history, the London Heritage Council has sought to find new ways to connect Londoners with their heritage.
The London Heritage Council manages the Museum School London program - an award-winning collaborative education program that allows elementary school classes to spend a full week immersed in hands-on learning at one of ten London-area museums and heritage sites. In Museum School London's 11 year history, more than 15,000 students have made life-long memories and discovered their passion for Canada's heritage.