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So much information about Ontario Place can be found on Wikipedia that we see no need to attempt duplicating all that information here. It’s quite complicated, anyway, covering all the major changes and renovations that the site has undergone since it opened on May 22nd, 1971. It was originally intended
Located on the edge of the Scarborough Bluffs (east Toronto), this very unique place is often used for wedding, engagement, and commercial photography (permit required) as well as television and video production. Open year-round, we have visited this location numerous times as it never gets tiring exploring the grounds. Address:
Located just outside of Bayfield in Huron County, this full-size windmill is styled after an actual mill in the Netherlands called “The Arend.” Folmar Windmill has the capability to be used as both a sawmill and a grist mill. Around ten years ago this windmill was used to cut logs
This S-shaped, 450-foot pier features a raised lookout tower accessible by stairs, and a 40-foot high beacon illuminated by night with a gorgeous LED display, as seen in the images. Address: Brant Street Pier, 1400 Lakeshore Road, Burlington, Ontario, L7S 1Y2 Province: Ontario Year of Visit: 2016, 2018 Construction began
“Absolute World” is a residential condominium twin tower skyscraper complex in the five-tower Absolute City Centre development in Mississauga. The project was built by Fernbrook Homes and Cityzen Development Group. With the first three towers completed (Absolute City Centre 1 & 2 and Absolute Vision), the last two towers (Absolute
Overlooking Three Valley Lake in the Monashee Mountains, and just off the Trans-Canada Highway is the very charming and quaint Three Valley Lake Chateau of Revelstoke. The hotel is also located only 19.8 km from Mount Revelstoke National Park. Address: Revelstoke, British Columbia, V0E 2S0 Province: British Columbia Year of
This lighthouse was built rising right out of the roof of the keeper’s home. The eight-sided tower was constructed in 1881 and reaches a height of 74 feet (24.4 metres). Address: 236 Harbour Street, Kincardine, Ontario, N2Z 2X9 Province: Province Year of Visit: 2017 In the late 1800s, Kincardine Harbour
Originally the site was home to the smaller wooden St. Jacques Church, built in 1832, but it was destroyed in 1841 to make way for a larger church. Address: 385 Sussex Drive, Ottawa, Ontario, K1N 1J9 Province: Ontario Year of Visit: 2006, 2011, 2015 The main structure was completed in