Historic Place

Adelaide Hunter Hoodless Homestead


359 Blue Lake Road St. George, Ontario N0E 1N0

Monday to Thursday 10AM to 4PM, Sunday 1PM to 4PM

Adelaide Hunter Hoodless has been called one of the most famous Canadian women yet one of the most obscure because she is known with such familiarity in some circles, yet completely unknown in others.Read more…

Ruthven Park

(905) 772-0560

243 Haldimand Hwy. #54, Box 610 Cayuga, Ontario Canada N0A 1E0

Open from 9 a.m. until 5 p.m. daily

Experience the 1,500-acre country estate and former home of five generations of the Thompson family located in southwestern Ontario in rural Haldimand County. Today the site is owned by The Lower Grand River Land Trust Inc., a non-government, not-for-profit volunteer based organization.Read more…

Hillary House

(905) 727-8991

15372 Yonge Street, Aurora, Ontario L4G 1N8, Canada

Wednesday to Saturday 10am to 4pm

Built in 1862, Hillary House is recognized by the National Historic Sites and Monuments Board as one of Canada’s best examples of Gothic Revival architecture.Read more…

Myrtleville House Museum

519 – 752 – 3216

34 Myrtleville Dr, Brantford, ON N3V 1C2, Canada

Weekdays 9:00-16:00

Myrtleville House is a charming early 19th century homestead just outside Brantford, Ontario.  A beautiful and substantial example of an historic farmstead built in the Georgian tradition with Classic Revival style influences, Myrtleville House is set atop a picturesque knoll on five acres of wooded parkland.Read more…

Toronto Botanical Garden


777 Lawrence Avenue East, Toronto, Ontario M3C 1P2

The gardens are designed to educate and inspire, spanning four acres within Toronto’s Don Valley Ravine. Admission to the gardens is free. Indoor and outdoor learning experiences are available for all ages including courses, garden tours and nature camps.Read more…