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Doon Heritage Village is located at the Waterloo Region Museum, Kitchener, Ontario, Canada, and is open seasonally from May to December. The Waterloo Region Museum is open daily throughout the year, while the village is not open weekends in September, October and November. Doon Heritage Village is a picturesque 60 acre living history village that shows visitors what life was like in Waterloo Region in the year 1914. The Waterloo Region Museum, opened in 2010, was designed by Moriyama + Teshima Architects.

Waterloo Region Museum and Doon Heritage Village are owned and operated by the Regional Municipality of Waterloo.

Doon Heritage Village is a living history museum located in the former Doon village, now part of Kitchener, Ontario, Canada which recreates life in rural Waterloo County during the year 1914. It has more than 22 buildings on more than 24 hectares (60 acres), next to Homer Watson Park.

Construction began in late 2008 on the new Waterloo Region Museum. The museum is located at the entrance to Doon Heritage Village and the building opened on May 1, 2010. The museum and exhibits were officially opened in November 2011.