Relive the past, experience the present. History enthusiasts and tourists alike will love the signature attractions South Dundas has to offer.
Step back in time to visit a rural English Canadian Settlement from the mid 19th century at one of Canada’s largest living history sites. Tour authentic buildings from the 1860s, experience everyday activities and the people who lived there.
The Upper Canada Playhouse offers full season of professional theatre running from April to December each year. Spring and fall musicals, a 4 show summer season and a family Christmas show are presented in this converted toothbrush factory.
This intimate venue features acoustic guitar and singer/songwriters from a variety of genres ranging from classical to indie rock. Their season runs monthly from September through May.
Travel back in time when dinosaurs roamed the earth. Walk along a forest trail setting for 1 km and view 50 life size, scientifically accurate, dinosaur models. Children can also discover fossils in the fossil pit. The exhibit is open from late May to Labour Day. For more information, please contact 613-543-2503.
The Waterfront Trail follows the St. Lawrence River and offers incredible scenery with plenty of places to stop for fun, food and relaxation. Walk, cycle, rollerblade or more on this or other safe and enjoyable routes through the countryside.