York Region Tourist Attractions, Museums, and Parks information
Whether it's a visit to a park, an art gallery or the area's history, York Region offers its visitors and residents lots to do every day of the
week. Not just the "typical" tourist attractions!
- York Region region airport(s)
- Top York Region Attractions
- Kid's Attractions for the under-13 crowd
- Brew Pubs, Craft Breweries, Vineyards, and Wineries
- York Region museums
- York Region region parks
York Region Attractions Directory
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Here are some featured local historial sites, museums & attractions:
We are seeking a non-profit/community organization to rent office space available at our centre, located in Sheppard's Bush Conservation Area.Price is $550/month and includes: furnished office space, utilities, use of full kitchen and board room.
The Latcham Gallery is a public art gallery located in Stouffville. It is dedicated to providing opportunities for members of the community to view art and the ideas that artists express through contemporary art.
Here are some featured local festivals, inlcuding family, music, cultural, and historial ones:
19 on the Park is beautifully restored 1896 theatre that regularly hosts professional acts for adults and children. We also screen films from TIFF!
Blessfest is a fun day for pets, pet owners and animal lovers. Unique event with free pet photos, expert advice, great shopping, free gifts We are also having a non-denominationa Blessing of Animals. Everyone welcome Free Admission
Here are some featured local sports venues, activities and attractions:
This private club was established in 1924, and is the only golf club in North America owned &operated by women. Men have been welcome since 1936 and can become Guest Card Holders. The course was designed by renowned course architect Sta
Long one of Toronto's oldest and most established courses, designed by Stanley Thompson, who used each hole's natural surroundings to enhance the golf experience
Two distinct experiences are available from the classic South 18 and the unique North 18. The fairways on the North Course at Angus Glen are lined with jagged, peaky, fescue-covered dunes, and riddled with three and four foot sod wall bunke
This 18 hole course, with driving range, restaurant and Pro Shop, is one of the older venues in Uxbridge, starting out as the 9 hole Uxbridge Golf Club. The course has sandy soil, tight fairways and postage-stamp greens, and its signature 4
This driving range is 300 yards long, features 50 tees and has an excellent short-game and putting area.
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Here are some featured local brew pubs, craft breweries, craft distilleries, wineries or vineyard
We are very excited to be Markham's first craft brewery. You can expect hop forward American-style ales, American-style Sour beers, as well as Belgian Farmhouse-style ales,
Our portfolio consists of two beers: Toronto House Lager and Chicago Dark - both brewed locally in small batches in order to keep the process clean and simple. The result is premium craft beer sold at the most competitive prices in the city
A scenic 87 acre farm making award-winning fruit wines, with pick-your-own apples and strawberries, in season.
King Brewery, a traditional German-style brewery opened in 2002, is an award winning brewer of lagers, using the finest imported European ingredients. Tour the state of the art Brewery and shop in the gift shop.
Since 2004, the Flying Monkeys was the first Ontario Craft Brewery to truly recognize the need to overthrow the conservative regime of macro-brews and timid small batch taste-a-likes and create a new Culture of Craft Brewing in our province