By Molly Pendergast Fryfogel’s Tavern Historic Site, Fryfogel, ON Fryfogel’s Tavern has gone through a lifetime of changes. Built by Sebastian Fryfogel, Perth County’s first settler, it has been a tavern, a family house, a place to store cheese, and a tea room. In 2017, it became a historic site for the public to enjoy. […]
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On July 6, 2019, we invite you to time travel by visiting historic places across Canada. More than 400 sites are waiting to be discovered − find one near you. Every place, a story: choose yours.
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Sir Fredrick W G Haultain Law Office
Fort MacLeod, Alberta
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Prince of Wales Fort
Stone remains of the star-shaped, 18th century Prince of Wales Fort stand on Hudson Bay’…
Sandon, BC since 1897
Sandon, British Columbia
Historic Ghost City part of the Silvery Slocan dating back to the late 1890s
Uncle Tom’s Cabin Historic Site
Discover our Heritage Uncle Tom’s Cabin Historic Site is built on the site of the …