879 Sixth Street
Open by Appointment Only
June 1st to October 31st
Prices: (Cash Only)
Children (6-11): $ 5.00
Children Under 6: Free
Family of 4: $25.00
Extra Relatives: $3.00
Groups of 25 or more get $1.00 off of the regular rate
Free Parking & Washrooms
Bring your own picnic and enjoy!
Contact us for Special Events or Wedding reservations.
Bygone Days Heritage Village has accessible ramps on all of the village buildings.
Bygone Days Heritage Village
Bring a picnic and spend the day at Bygone Days this summer. Stroll through the Village and see how people lived in Ontario in the 1800's. Bygone Days Heritage Village is operated by the F. W. Fisher Foundation, a non-profit Charitable Organization.
Teach your class a lesson in our 1879 schoolhouse! Your students will have the opportunity to feel what it was like to learn in a one room... more
The Knox Presbyterian Church is ideal for an old fashioned wedding. Dress up in period clothing for a unique experience. more
Fans of War re-enactment love the authenticity of Bygone Days with people in period attire strolling by... more
Photography & Film
Bygone Days is great for filming movies, TV shows or advertisements. And, it offers a world of ideas for photographers. more
In season, there are events for the whole family. The village seems truly haunted on Halloween Fright Nights! more
In 1969 they began collecting Heritage items and farm equipment and opened Bygone Days Farm, a place where farm animals could be viewed at close range.
In 1971 the location was named Bygone Days Museum. By 1972, other buildings were added to show the growing collection of heritage items.
Now there are 30 buildings dating from the mid 1800's. Each building is complete with authentic furnishings and artifacts.
The farm section has been phased out but the Heritage Village is thriving and has an extensive collection of buggies, cutters and wagons along with 3 steam engines, a steam train, 24 antique tractors and many other farm implements.
Come by yourself or bring your family. There is something for everyone at Bygone Days.