Mermaid in Elora

We Bring The World To You! 

Welcome to Mermaid in Elora! We love being a part of the community of Elora since 1992. 
We shop the world for unique treasures that you won't find anywhere else. 
Come explore our four rooms and you will not be the first to say, " I could spend hours here".  
We pride ourselves on providing a great shopping experience so you will return again. 
Cheers! Marty & Mark

COVID Update: We re-opened our doors on May 19th!! We are so excited to welcome you back! We have put some things in place to ensure a safe shopping experience for all who visit.  As per the Medical Officer of Health you will be required to wear a face covering while in the store,use the hand sanitizer available upon entry, social distance and we will be limiting the number of customers allowed in the store. If you have any questions please feel free to email: colleen@mermaidinelora.ca or give us a call at 519-846-2504.



This building was constructed in 1869 by John Smith. It was the new home of the Elora Observer, a paper started 10 years earlier by Charles Clarke and J.M. Shaw as a solid reform paper. At it's peak the Observer had a circulation of 1200. The building burnt down in the 1890's and was rebuilt using portions of the original stone walls. On March 14, 1917 Harry Webster opened a tin smith shop here. "Tinny" Weber ran the shop until the 1970's.