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The town is home to the Huron County Museum and Archives, which has a collection of artifacts that date back over 10,000 years. The museum also houses the archives for Goderich and Huron County. The building was constructed in 1877 as a jailhouse; it served this purpose until 1969 when it became part of the museum complex. It is one of only two jails still standing in Ontario from that period (the other being located at Perth). As with many communities along Lake Huron's "thumb", tourism plays an important role in Goderich's economy during summer months. Many people visit to enjoy its beaches on Lake Huron or explore its historic downtown area with unique shops and restaurants such as Galt & District Museum Complex, Harbourfront Centre for Innovation & Creativity - formerly known as Galt Oceanic Institute (GOI), Art Gallery Of Southwestern Ontario (AGOSA) , Black Swan Books Ltd., Bistro On Main Street Restaurant And Bakery , Paddy's Pub & Grill House .