Located in Morrisburg, Ontario, Upper Canada Village is somewhere all ages can enjoy. The entire family can find something they will like in this tiny village. It is a recreation of what English Canadian life would have been like in the area during the 1860s. If you go there it is a full day of fun and learning stuff.
On site there are over 40 buildings to venture into and explore. Including a couple of working mills like wool and saw mills. Then there are trades buildings like blacksmith, cabinetmaker, bakery, and cheese makers. In each of these buildings you can learn how things were done and see demos. There are also farming demos that happen where you can see how heritage vegetables are grown and how livestock were dealt with. Plus you can find out about how the social life, religion, music, and politics worked in the village at the time. Staff are very knowledgeable and dressed in clothing from the era.
There is a miniature train called The Moccasin that you can take and will bring you through lots of the grounds and tell you more about what went on here including the Battle of Crysler’s Farm which happened as part of the War of 1812 between the United States and Canada.
Within the village there is a a large gift shop and several dining possibilities from historically accurate cuisine to deli style.
-Ticket Prices: Adult Day Ticket (19-64) – $20.00
Senior Day Ticket (65+) – $18.00
Student Day Ticket (13-18) – $16.00
Youth Day Ticket (5-12) – $13.00
|May 4 – September 3 (Daily)||9:30 am – 5:00 pm|
|September 5 – 16 (Wednesday Through to Sunday Only)||9:30 am – 5:00 pm|