Black Creek Pioneer Village, Toronto
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Black Creek Pioneer Village, Toronto - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price
Address: 1000 MURRAY ROSS PKY, Vaughan, Ontario, Canada
Ticket Price: 15 CAD
Time Required: 03:00 Hrs
Timings: 10:00 am - 05:00 pm Details
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This 30 acre open air heritage museum, with 40 carefully reconstructed period buildings complete with period furnishings, recreates what a typical Ontario neighborhood or town may have looked in the early-to-mid-19th century. The buildings are what you’d typically expect in a small town - homes, farms, church, a general store, a blacksmith's shop, a hotel, a gunshop, and a weaver shop. There is also a water-powered grist mill. The Black Creek Historic Brewery is a growing favourite, with period ales and porters brewed by tour guides in period costume.
Black Creek Pioneer Village Information
- Check the museum calendar for upcoming events.
- You can get a map of the village from the museum website.
- Check the museum website for guided tour price and times.
- Paid parking available.
- There is a Black Creek Gift Shop and several eateries.
- Wheelchair accessible, with washrooms.
Black Creek Pioneer Village Ticket Prices
- Child (Age 5-14): $11.00
- Senior (60+): $12.00
- Student (15+ with ID): $12.00
- Tuesday after 2pm: Free for individuals and families.
- Disabled: Half price
Black Creek Pioneer Village Opening and Closing Hours
- Some workshops and events may have extended hours.
How To reach Black Creek Pioneer Village by Public Transport
- Buses 60, 335 stop Steeles Ave West at Murray Ross Pkwy.
- Bus 35, 195, 335 stop Jane St at Steeles Ave West.
- Drive to here.
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Black Creek Pioneer Village, Toronto Reviews - Write a Review
The village was exceptional! Really neat and well put together. The reason for the 3 star review is that many of the interpreters did not even engage or acknowledge us (lady in the printing press), and others did not have much knowledge about the craft they were interpreting. A few interpreters were great (such as in Major Macs house). Would recommend the park have learning class on how to interpret history.
This was a great place to go and just wander. The buildings were amazing, and the staff were very friendly and informative. The exhibits showed just how people lived a hundred and two hundred years ago. It was very quiet this time of year. Visit the brewery if you are interested.
Everything here is awesome. Except the parking. We had heard that they changed the system, but it wasn't a good change. There is now a little booth that doesn't accept anything but credit card; no cash, no debit. Just credit. That is the one thing that keeps it from 5 stars
My fiance and I had our wedding ceremony here and it was truly a beautiful place to be married (Fisherville chapel). All of our guests had a great time and were able to enjoy the venue after the ceremony had finished. The staff were very helpful and experienced when it came to hosting wedding ceremonies. Thanks so much!
We enjoyed our experience at Halloween Hootany despite the rain. Would have been better with spooky Halloween music throughout the village and Maybe a horse drawn buggy/ carriage rides and more Halloween decor.
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