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A Visit to the Little Village in the Valley

Mississauga, Ontario

Architecture, Patrimoine — Entretien et discussion, Excursion

People of all ages have a great time visiting "The Little Village in the Valley," where they make a trip back in time to an old Ontario village, complete with a train station, a church, mills, shops, stores, and more. The buildings are actually large enough to enter and see displays of period clothing, tools, furniture, household items, toys, and lots more. Pose for pictures with the historically-themed surroundings, sample herbs from the garden, work the handle on a water pump, join in the singing of popular old songs, and talk to our volunteers to learn about days gone by. Often the deer are in the yard to get a drink from the pond, as nature abounds.

Cette activité est présentée en anglais.
Cet évènement n’est pas accessible aux fauteuils roulants.
Mots clés: Marche, Tour, Contes, littérature orale, Chant, Extérieur, Plein air, Site historique, Pour toute la famille, Antiquité


ven 28 sep Aucun événement planifié
sam 29 sep 10h00 à 16h00
dim 30 sep 10h00 à 16h00

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7091 Pond Street
Mississauga, Ontario


The Little Village in the Valley


Major intersection is Derry Road and Mavis Road.


Terry Wilson

I am a retired History teacher who has spent the past twenty years building a little historical village on my property. Located in Ontario's First Heritage District, Meadowvale Village, my village is a recreation of early times in the village's history. My village was named "All-time Favorite Doors Open Site in Ontario" in 2011. I continue working to enhance the experience of my visitors, and recently hosted classes from local schools. I'd like you to see it too!

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