Tickets to Upper Canada Village are available by request when you visit Fort Henry with your K-Pass.
Located at: 13740 County Rd. 2, Morrisburg Ontario
Founded in 1961, Upper Canada Village is one of the largest living-history sites in Canada. Here, they aim to depict life in a rural English-Canadian setting during the year 1866. Featured are over forty historical buildings, many moved here prior to flooding of the “Lost Villages” during the St. Lawrence Seaway development project. These buildings include houses, functioning mills and trades workshops.
Traditional farming techniques are demonstrated through the growing of heritage vegetables and raising of heritage livestock breeds. Ornamental gardens throughout the village feature flora fashionable in the late Victorian era. Weavers, spinners and dressmakers demonstrate traditional handiwork. Aspects of late 19th-century social life, music, religion and politics are discussed and demonstrated by knowledgeable staff dressed in period clothing. They also offer educational camp programs, allowing children to experience everyday life in 1860s Canada.
As a bonus beyond the limits of Kingston, K-Pass gets you access to Upper Canada Village in Morrisburg, Ontario! Touring Upper Canada Village is a magical experience, transporting you back in time to the 1860s. A key part of the experience is the authentic buildings that make up the village, the activities that each housed, and of course, the people who lived there.
To receive your entrance ticket, visit Fort Henry and speak to your ticketing agent. This ticket is valid beyond the end-date of your original K-Pass.
Tickets to Upper Canada Village are available by request when you visit Fort Henry with your K-Pass. Upper Canada Village tickets can be used at a later date.
Visit their website to learn more!
13740 County Rd. 2, Morrisburg Ontario