Spring Village Walking Tours

Upper Canada Village's more than 40 heritage buildings and winding roads through a pastoral landscape provide a perfect setting for a visual tour through time.  Your group of 15 or more can enjoy the beauty and serenity of the Village during the off-season, as a Village guide leads an informative and scenic walking tour along the Village streets. Reserved groups by reservation only.

Queen Victoria Birthday Celebrations

Upper Canada Village 13740 County Rd 2, Morrisburg, Ontario

Join in the celebration as our 1860s Village celebrates Queen Victoria's birthday. Sing "God Save the Queen", hear historical patriotic speeches, see grand military manoeuvres’, lace up for the 1860s athletic games, watch the Village’s “Queen” in action (a hand-pumped fire engine), and enjoy a piece of birthday cake.

Sheep Shearing Days

Upper Canada Village 13740 County Rd 2, Morrisburg, Ontario

Drop in at the Main Barn on Loucks Farm to see and learn about sheep shearing as the farm staff shear the Village flock by hand. Visit the McDiarmid Home and Asselstine’s water-powered Woollen Factory to learn more about washing of fleece, carding, spinning, and weaving by hand and using the latest 1860s machinery.

Father’s Day

Upper Canada Village 13740 County Rd 2, Morrisburg, Ontario

Treat Dad to Father’s Day at the Village!


Upper Canada Village 13740 County Rd 2, Morrisburg, Ontario

Award-winning Pumpkinferno is returning this fall, where Upper Canada Village is reviving some of its most popular exhibits. This mesmerizing installation of artist-inspired, glowing pumpkins is a not-to-be-missed event for ALL ages! Take a tour through this spectacular outdoor art exhibit of over 7,000 handcrafted pumpkins all lit at night along a kilometre long path in a picturesque 19th-century backdrop. Open select evenings from late September through October, you won’t want to miss this chance to walk in a world of pumpkins.


Alight at Night

Bundle up for an evening stroll through this picture-perfect postcard setting! Over one million lights adorn the heritage buildings, trees, and fences of Upper Canada Village creating a one-of-a-kind magical backdrop for its annual Alight at Night Festival - a true winter wonderland!