McCrae House is a National Historic Site located in the downtown of Guelph, Ontario. The museum contains both permanent and temporary exhibition space that interprets the life and times of John McCrae. The place is the birthplace of John McCrae, doctor, soldier and author of In Flanders Fields, and it gives more information about McCrae's life besides his time in WWI. Exhibitions provide information about his upbringing in Guelph, medical career, artistic pursuits, adventures, and military service. The house shares an influential part of Canadian history and its brave people. The home and grounds environment is conducive to reflection and anticipation, enhanced by engaging programs, including tea and outdoor theatre programs during the summer. McCrae House even affords summer activities for its entire visitors.