Visit the Village
We’re back — and we can’t wait to see you!
Village and TRCA Conservation Parks members receive free admission. Pre-registration is required.
Experience the village at your own pace. Follow the directed route around the Village, explore the heritage buildings, wander through the gardens, visit the animals, and encounter costumed educators at the outdoor Discovery Stations located throughout the Village.
Please be sure to bring your membership card or a copy of your membership number with you. You will be asked to confirm your membership when you check in for your visit.
Become a Conservation Parks Member Today!
A Conservation Parks Pass gives access to nature and a whole lot more!
In addition to Black Creek Pioneer Village, the Conservation Parks membership pass gives you free general admission to all six Toronto and Region Conservation Authority (TRCA) conservation parks, three Credit Valley Conservation (CVC) locations, and the Kortright Centre for Conservation, as well as discounts to family fun experiences across the GTA.
Spending time with family in nature is a great way to enjoy safe, outdoor recreational opportunities, while following public health guidelines for physical distancing.
Membership: Frequently Asked Questions
Black Creek Pioneer Village was not open during spring 2021. Will my membership be extended?
Yes! All valid memberships will be automatically extended to make up for the time we were closed. Please keep an eye on your inbox for an email update regarding your membership. Thank you for your ongoing support. We really appreciate it!
How do I renew my membership?
Thank you for your continued support as a Black Creek Pioneer Village member. Our membership program has been consolidated with our sister sites into the Conservation Parks Membership Pass.
Pass holders are invited to experience a variety of nature and fun, cultural-based offerings across the Greater Toronto Area with free admission to Black Creek Pioneer Village, Kortright Centre for Conservation, six Toronto and Region Conservation Authority (TRCA) parks, and four Credit Valley Conservation (CVC) parks.