The Wallaceburg & District Museum, located at 505 King St., reflects the colourful history of Wallaceburg. The Glass House Gallery shows off an impressive collection of hand-blown pieces and whimsies from the Wallaceburg glass factory. Displays include an Industrial Exhibit, Baldoon Mystery, Sports Hall of Fame, Marine Room, Streetscape, Legion Room featuring original 1878 prototype Lee Enfield rifles, and changing gallery exhibitions. A favourite exhibit is the world’s largest brass faucet, one of only two made by the Waltec company. Hours are 10 a.m. - 4 p.m., Mon. - Sat.
Boat dockage is available adjacent to Wallaceburg’s downtown core, from where boaters can cruise to the St. Clair River. Marshlands at nearby Walpole Island and Mitchell's Bay on Lake St. Clair draw anglers and hunters for the chance to bag trophy fish or waterfowl.