Accessible History Weekend

As a living history site, Upper Canada Village offers a rich multisensory environment. The smell of bread baking at the Bakery, the sound of the hammer ringing on the anvil, the feel of tangled wool fleece at the Woollen Mill are just a sampling of experiences that make the Village accessible to and fun for everyone. Let our skilled interpretive staff enrich your visit and cater to your needs. In addition, on July 8 & 9, Upper Canada Village offers the following special tours and services:

Available all weekend:


ASL and Tactile Tour tours (tours start at the Discovery Centre unless otherwise noted and last approximately 30 - 45 minutes)


Schedule of Events

10:00 a.m. Tactile Tour – A 19th Century Textile Factory - Woollen Mill
10:15 a.m. ASL Tour – A Progressive 19th Century Farm - Loucks Farm, house and garden
10:45 a.m. Tactile experience - Meet the Melodeon – Providence Church (Pocket talker available)
11:15 a.m. ASL Tour – Meet the Farm Animals – Loucks Farm
11:30 a.m. Tactile Tour – 19th Century Trades - Blacksmith Shop
12:15 p.m. Tactile Tour – 1860s Clothing – Costuming Department
1:30 p.m. Tactile Tour – Meet the Farm Animals – Loucks Farm
1:45 p.m. ASL Tour – 19th Century Taverns, Churches & Homes - Cook’s Tavern, Christ Church, Robertson House
2:15 p.m. Tactile Tour – A 19th Century Kitchen Garden - Loucks Kitchen Garden
3:15 p.m. ASL Tour –19th Century Water-powered Mills - Sawmill and Grist Mill
4:00 p.m. Tactile experience - Meet the Melodeon – Providence Church (Pocket talker available)

Download a detailed schedule here.

Dates & Times
July 8th 9:30am - 5:00pm
July 9th 9:30am - 5:00pm
Admission
Admission Upper Canada Village
Adult (13 to 64) $19
Senior Citizen (65+) $18
Youth (6 to 12) $12
Child (5 and Under) FREE

Admission Miniature Train Ride
Adult (13 to 64) $6
Senior Citizen (65+) $5
Youth (6 to 12) $5
Child (5 and Under) FREE

Things To Do at Accessible History Weekend

Get Social!