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This is an interesting and educational heritage park that depicts life in a rural village in the 1920s. There are supposed to be historical interpreters dressed in period clothing period who carry out various chores around the village and answer questions, however, we went on a Saturday and only saw 2 interpreters on the site - this was a bit... more
The Cumberland Heritage Village Museum, a re-creation of an early 1900s Ontario farming village, is located about 15 miles east of downtown Ottawa. It includes over two dozen buildings gradually acquired and moved to create a typical village, “warts and all”, with farm animals and artifacts that have been painstakingly refurbished as necessary. There are some re-enactors who demonstrate how... more
Situated on a 25-hectare site, this living history museum features costumed characters who recreate life in a 1920s and 1930s rural Lower Ottawa Valley village. Twenty-eight buildings — including an operating sawmill, blacksmith and pump factory, schoolhouse, church, and homes — are located on site.
$7; students and seniors: $5; families: $18; children five and under: free. Open Wednesday to... more