BOOK OUR NEW MAPLE SYRUP EDITION
Available March 5 to April 3 upon request
Head out to the sticky trail to discover how maple trees are identified and tapped for sap. Explore tools and artifacts used for this sweet tradition and learn how 19th century people prepared for the maple syrup season.
End your visit with a taste of delicious maple syrup!
Enjoy an interactive tour of historic Black Creek Pioneer Village and then choose from one of six exciting activity stations – Fun and games(outdoor); Fun and games (indoor); Get Ready to Party; Wonderful Wool; Artifact Exploration; Fashionable Fun.
Get outside, get active and discover the past!
This program ends at 1:00 pm. Perfect for groups with early bus departures!
Available from January to November 30 (excluding July and August)
- $15.00 per student
*Effective February 1, 2020.
- Social Studies: Heritage and Identity- Changing Family and Community Traditions (grade 2); Communities in Canada, 1780-1850 (grade 3); Communities in Canada, Past and Present (grade 6); Creating Canada, 1850-1890 (grade 8)