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Upper Canada Village, Morrisburg
(4.6/5 based on 460+ reviews on the web)
Step back to a bygone era during a visit to Upper Canada Village, a heritage park and museum. Modeled after a 19th-century village in Upper Canada, the site features over 40 historical buildings, including working mills, trade buildings, and farm houses, all open to look around and see the "locals" at work and play. Watch demonstrations of different agricultural and commercial processes involved in farming, cooking, and smithing, and get to know certain aspects of contemporary culture as costumed staff discuss concerns of the times, such as politics, social life, and religion. Before you head to Morrisburg, plan trip itinerary details with our user-friendly Morrisburg tour planner, to make sure you see all that Morrisburg has to offer, including Upper Canada Village.
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  • It's definitely an interesting place, seeing the way things used to be done, reading about the different families and ways of life but...it's a pretty expensive family outing. Especially if your kids ...  more »
  • We headed to Pumpkinferno with a few toddlers and a group of adults. Its a great Halloween/autumn activity. Very original! A few things: -buy your tickets in advance!! This will let you walk right in ...  more »
  • Had a great time , spent 4 hours here and did not see quite everything - but my feet had had enough! Plenty to see and do and the guides interact well with visitors Quite a few school trips there but ...  more »
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  • This place is awesome for people aged 1-100. It's always a fun time there. Pumpkinferno is AWESOME! Closes at 10pm but they let you stick around until about 11. The gift shop has lost of cool stuff. The fudge is unbelievable good and I was surprised it only cost me $3 for a little container of it. Bought my girlfriend a little RCMP moose. Well worth the $14 👍
  • Amazing display,well worth the visit! Take the time and be wowed way beyond expectations! These pics really don't do it justice,they were taken in rain and snow conditions at 0 degrees c on my phone! 10 times better seeing it for yourself
  • Went to pumpkin inferno at Upper Canada Village, It was very well done. Pulling in was busy but they has people directing the flow of traffic, there was no major slow downs. If you can buy your ticket before you go it's a lot fast. There is a fast track line. If you do not the line to purchase tickets will take you about a half hour wait. ( purchased tickets inline while waiting, showed the girls the confirmation info, she allowed us in) The pumpkin displays are very well done it's a good time for all ages. I get that it's a month long event so the pumpkins are foam to make them last. The added new Wi-Fi zone this year was a great. In joy my visit and plan to go back again next year
  • One of the most interesting places to spend the day but you need 2 days to really see and experience the whole thing. Great exhibits. Fun activities. Lots to learn. The Historic Re-enactment presenters all do a fabulous job of staying in character.
  • This place is 10 times the size of Black Creek Pioneer Village in Toronto. They also offer wagon rides and barge rides included in your admission. We had a great time visiting, you can also dress up in costume at a fee. Was tempted to dress up but it was very hot when we went. They will give you free admission tickets to Fort Henry as well. We bought Kingston K-pass that included both sites and other attractions.