Ameliasburgh Heritage Village



Ameliasburgh Heritage Village has grown from one building, in 1968, to a full pioneer village. The main structure was built in 1868 as a Wesleyan Methodist Church. It became a United Church in 1925 and served the community until 1967. Over the years, several additional buildings have been added to the site including a log cabin, display barns, an operational blacksmith shop, a sap shanty, dairy and bee-keeping buildings, and a large stone building housing the Goldie Corliss 18 foot flywheel.

Visit the new home of The Garden County of Canada featuring the Doug Crawford Canning Collection and purchase a Sprague Foods Heritage Label canned good while you’re here! Experience the wild up close with the de Vries Natural Heritage Collection, see the tallest church spire in the county, and enjoy strolling through the grounds of Ameliasburgh Heritage Village!

Admission by donation. Open Wednesday through Sunday, 10am-4pm (May 17th through mid December, 2024).

Grounds are also available for rental.

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