Goderich The Essential
Interesting
This town was founded in 1828 as the terminus of the Huron Road, a right-of-way built in the early 19C to encourage settlement of southern Ontario. It was named after Lord Goderich, the British prime minister. The town is uncommonly pretty, with wide, tree-lined residential streets radiating like the spokes of a wheel from an octagonal square, surrounded by shops and restaurants. On a visit, Queen Elizabeth II called Goderich "the prettiest town in Canada."

Must see

Michelin's recommendations for Goderich
Huron Historic Gaol
Huron Historic Gaol
Housed the county jail (gaol is the
Huron County Museum
Huron County Museum
Agricultural implements, military
Docks of Goderich
Docks of Goderich
Goderich harbor has been active,
30 minutes