Landmarks & Historic Sites
The Station, which is still in its original location, has been lovingly restored and is home to a small but growing collection of railway artifacts and our newly acquired collection of telegraph equipment. It's the last of its kind in the province!
North Lanark Agricultural Society owns and operates the Almonte Fair and grounds. It is a seasonal destination for the Almonte Fair, Truck/Tractor Pull, Car Toot Bingo, Bus Fusion and many private and public events. A beach and boat launch are available.
The O'Hara Mill Homestead is a pioneer farm homestead tourist attraction consisting of 10 pioneer buildings, including the oldest water-powered sawmill operating in it's original location in Ontario. Nature trails. Picnic areas. Special heritage events.
The Petawawa Heritage Village which is Situated on 3.5 picturesque acres in the heart of the of Petawawa where history is alive and ready for your visit. Stroll the pathways of the past and experience life in Petawawa as it once was from 1850 to 1910.
Housed in the station built by Canadian Northern in 1912, the museum displays many interesting railway artifacts covering more than a century of history. We encourage you to explore our site featuring a variety of rolling stock.
The Real Wool Shop Boutique is located just west of Ottawa in Carleton Place, Ontario and is celebrating over 30 years in business. We are situated between the main wool business warehouse and the Livestock Supply store.
Voted "Canada's Best Country Store", this famous general store is a "must-see" for anyone visiting the Haliburton Highlands area. Gifts, souvenirs, clothing, moccasins, Foodland supermarket, Home Hardware, upstairs Ladies' Boutique. A shopper's paradise.
Waba Cottage is a faithful reconstrustion of the house built in 1835 by Archibald 13th Laird of McNab (c. 1781-1860). A colourful and controversial character,In addition to the historical buildings and artifacts there are 11 themed gardens created in 2000
Wes' Chips has been serving the best hot french fries in the valley since 1960. Come visit our unique 1950's Ford truck and taste our fries. We have a lovely picnic area to relax and enjoy the experience. Open March 1, until Thanksgiving Monday.
The Worlds’ most extensive collection of Maple related artifacts. National Hisotric Plaque commemorating Maple Products as a Culturally Significant Heritage Event in Canada. Open daily 9-3 all year. Admission by donation.