Welcome to the birthplace of an international hero. During the early 20th century, Dr. Norman Bethune became a medical pioneer, advocate for Canada’s universal health care system and revered Chinese cultural icon. Take a tour of Bethune Memorial House, a charming Victorian-era home set on a manicured property alongside an informative Visitor Centre, and immerse in an incredible legacy of accomplishment that strengthens the bond between nations to this day.
Bethune Memorial House
- House Museum/Homestead
- 235 John Street North, Gravenhurst, Ontario, Canada
- May 16 - June 30: Thurs-Mon, 10-4 p.m. | July 1 - August 31: Open Daily, 10-4 p.m. | Sept 1 - Oct 31: Daily except Tuesdays, 10-4 p.m.
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235 John Street North, Gravenhurst, Ontario, Canada
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