Black Creek Pioneer Village
This 12ha/30-acre reconstruction of a farming community evokes the traditions and architecture of Ontario's rural past. Opened in 1960, the village comprises 40 buildings, including five from the original farm established between 1816 and 1832. Highlights include the tinsmith shop; Stong farm; the Half Way House; Roblin's Mill, a handsome four-storey water-powered stone gristmill; and the printing office, complete with a working flatbed press.
Address:1000 Murray Ross Parkway, M3J 2P3 Toronto
end Apr-end Jun: Mon-Fri 10am-4pm, weekends 11am-5pm; Jul-early Sep: Mon-Fri 10am-5pm, weekends and Bank Hols 11am-5pm; early Sep-Dec Mon-Fri 10am-4pm, weekends 11am-4.30pm - closed Jan-Apr (except Mar hols) and 25-26 Dec