Upper Canada Village offers a number of modern amenities and facilities to meet the needs of today's families.
Baby changing stations can be found in all public washrooms throughout Upper Canada Village.
Access for people with disabilities
Access for people with disabilities varies from building to building at Upper Canada Village. A number of the historic buildings and the Family Activity Centre are either accessible or partially accessible (i.e. main floors) to all visitors. In some cases, access is through an alternate entrance.
A number of wheelchairs are available for loan upon request at the ticket area. There is no charge.
Read more about Accessibility within our attractions.
The First Aid Office is located in the Security building. Qualified first aid assistance is available 9:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Lost and Found
At Upper Canada Village, lost and found services are coordinated by the ticket area staff.
There are a number of safety guidelines to ensure everyone has an enjoyable visit.
Upper Canada Village has been recognized as a cycle-friendly site, and although we don’t permit bikes directly in the site itself, we do provide a rest area and bike lock up for cyclists while touring the Village.