It's #NationalGrilledCheeseDay and we're giving you a little peek of our grilled cheese made with fresh baked Village bread! 🧀
Have you tried it? If not, you'll have to wait till Opening Day on May 4th!
Believe it or not, this beautiful stone house known as Loucks Farm House was moved intact from its original riverfront location to #UpperCanadaVillage as a result of the St. Lawrence Seaway and Power Project. This is a testament to the skill of the house movers who worked on the relocation project. 🚚
Did you know that back in the day in England, and in other parts of Europe, it was customary to have hot cross-buns at breakfast on the morning of Good Friday? 🍞🐰
Let us know if you'd like us to share our favourite recipe! 🤔
Did you know the lavish Crysler Hall was built in 1846 and originally the home of lumber baron, businessman, and MP, John Pliny Crysler?! 🏡
In 1940s and 1950s, it was known as "Evergreen Hall" and run as a tourism business, until the property was purchased by Ontario Hydro in 1956. From then the house was taken down and reconstructed at #UpperCanadaVillage.