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Black Creek Pioneer Village Travel Guide



Black Creek Pioneer Village is a historic site about 29 kilometers (18 miles) northwest of downtown Toronto at 1000 Murray Ross Parkway.[1] This village overlooks Black Creek and brings you back to recreational 19th century Ontario, providing a glimpse of what life was like in rural Ontario during this period.[2] The village includes a recreated mill, general store, and blacksmith’s shop. All of these shops are run by villagers dressed in period costumes and demonstrating their skills and crafts. Occasionally, there is even a re-enactment of a wedding. The village is open generally from mid-March until the end of the year.[3]

References:
“Black Creek Pioneer Village.” <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Black_Creek_Pioneer_Village>

Carroll, Donald. Insider’s Guide Canada. Edison: Hunter Publishing, Inc, 1996. ISBN: 1556507100.

[1] Carroll, 197
[2] Black
[3] Carroll, 197







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