Results for "Culture in Ontario"
The Black Creek Pioneer Village offers up the chance to take a step back in time and immerse yourself in a 'living history museum' of the 1800's.
Casa Loma is a beautiful old Castle residency formerly the residence of Sir Henry Pellatt, a prominent Toronto financier, industrialist and military man.
Take a step back in time and visit a traditional 15th century Iroquoian Village where it once stood at Crawford Lake Conservation Area.
In the town of Penetanguishene, North of Barrie, Ontario, there is a place called Discovery Harbour where you can step back into 1800's Canada.
PawsWay is a fitting tribute to our dearest and loved four legged family members in the heart of downtown Toronto at the Harbourfront Centre.
The world is a vast and beautiful place with infinite stories and events throughout history. The Royal Ontario Museum (ROM) is a place that attempts to bring all of this information into one building and share it with you.
Standing out on the observation deck of the Warplane Heritage Museum, the crowd of 12 or so people were buzzed (extremely close flyby) by an old military plane. A half hour later, we got to take an up close look at it in the hangar, along with many other classic military planes.