Saturday, February 25, 2017


Cumberland Heritage Village Museum
A picturesque 100 acre, open-air museum depicting rural life in the 1930s in the Lower Ottawa Valley. Buildings include a one-room school house, a train station, a church, a forge and homes.
Pickering Museum Village
This pioneer village recreates daily life in the 19th century with 14 buildings from the 1830s, including town hall, general store and a blacksmith.
Scugog Shores Museums
Features twelve restored heritage buildings depicting life from the mid to late 1800's and the Ojibway Heritage Interpretive Lands. Includes details of exhibits, events, school programs, and hours. Located in Port Perry.
Westfield Heritage Village
A living history museum with over 30 historic buildings surrounded by 324 acres of woodlands and meadows with several well-marked nature trails. Located in Rockton.

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