Country Heritage Park: Milton’s Hidden Gem Historical Site
Milton’s interactive heritage site gives you the opportunity to discover the feel of total living over 180 years ago.
We are fully non-profit, offering many events and programs that are supported by donations, volunteers, admission fees and sponsorship.
Offering a variety of educational and experiential programming allows us to achieve our mission of preserving the history of rural life and agriculture in Ontario and showcase its evolution. We are governed by a Board of Directors.
The park is open year round for special events, and open to the public on weekend during the months of July and August.
What Will You Find At The Park?
Expect to see actors dressed in period costumes, farm animals, an outstanding collection of antique tractors, steam engines & farm equipment, countless artifacts and over 30 historical exhibit buildings on our 80 acres of rural land.
Upon a visit to the park, students, community groups and families learn about our rural heritage, the role of farmers in putting food on our tables, & the importance of agriculture in our lives.
Our school programs are all aligned with the new curriculum. Learn more about educational programs.
Unique Event Venues & Memorable Events
Our stunning rural location is host to a variety of special events throughout the year, and available for event venue rentals for private and public events. View our event calendar for upcoming events, or learn more about event venue rentals.
Ways to Get Involved
There are a host of opportunities to join the Country Heritage Park Community- from volunteerism to sponsorship to hosting an event.
Contact us with any questions about Country Heritage Park, or browse the site to learn more.