Black Creek Pioneer VillageCurrently Closed
- Address: 1000 MURRAY ROSS PKY, Vaughan, Ontario, Canada, Toronto
- Timings: 10:00 am - 05:00 pm Details
- Phone: +1-4167361733
- Ticket Price: 15 CAD
- Time Required: 03:00 Hrs
- Tags: Museum, Family And Kids
Black Creek Pioneer Village - Review
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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Things to Know Before Visiting Black Creek Pioneer Village
13% of people who visit Toronto include Black Creek Pioneer Village in their plan
10 AM - 11 AM
77.11% of people start their Black Creek Pioneer Village visit around 10 AM - 11 AM
People usually take around 3 Hrs to see Black Creek Pioneer Village
95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Black Creek Pioneer Village
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Black Creek Pioneer Village, Toronto Reviews
This is an interesting place for kids and adults alike! They offer visitors a chance to experience what life was like in the days of the early settlers. Black Creek is a “working village” with everything from discovery stations to meeting spaces to horse drawn carriage rides and farmyard animals friends. With lots to explore this place is well worth a trip with the kids or on a date. The gift shop has many interesting items made from local Canadian artists/companies. Parking is $7/car/day and admission can add up ($15/adult and $11/child ages 5 and up). Consider checking it out during the Doors Open Toronto event in May when admission is free for all.
Great to bring the kids to a place back in time where things were simpler and easier going. Just walk around building to building and explore. Not that complicated. There are a few live demonstrations and re-enactments to keep it more interesting as well. Food and beverages available with a convenient gift shop inside main facility. Affordable admission and reasonable parking fees. Highly recommend.
Really nice place with a lot of history. Well organized offers entertainment for the entire family. Being a village there’s a lot of walking outside so you have to dress for the weather. We enjoyed the gallery which is air conditioned and then visited different houses, each providing a bit of insight. There are washrooms and facilities for babies. The parking lot is ample and you get friendly service through the place. We would love to come back and do another beer tasting at the local nano brewery.
Went with a group of approximately 50. It was by far the best experience I have ever had at an escape room. I would highly recommend this escape room for groups of 5-7 as that's what we were split into. Discretion: there are jump scares, as well as hooded figures, which some may find frightening. Regardless, highly recommend and great fun!
They had a civil war reenactment going on so the kids had to solve the clues. Had a lot of fun, learned a lot. Tried the beer tasting. Was definitely an interesting experience. Overall a great experience. We will be back for sure. We were also told that they do a Victorian era event in the winter. Looking forward to that!