Fanshawe Pioneer Village

The village contains several houses and shops, Lochaber Presbyterian church, a fire hall and an Orange Lodge. The latter, a radical Protestant fraternity founded in Ireland in 1795, was opposed to the Catholics. In favour of the kings of England and named after King William III (of Orange), the Orange Order had considerable influence in the founding of Ontario. Costumed guides lend life to the village.

Useful information


2609 Fanshawe Park Road East, N5X 4A1 London


+1 519-457-1296


7 $

Opening hours

end May-early-Oct: Tue-Sun and Mon Bank Hols 10am-4.30pm; mid Oct-mid Dec: Mon-Fri 10am-3.30pm (self-guided tour of site and outside)

Nearby tourist attractions

Museum London
Museum London