Loyalist Township shares details for Doors Open 2024

On Saturday, Jun. 15, 2024, take a peek into the history and hidden places in Loyalist Township as part of Doors Open Ontario.

From 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., 16 unique sites will be open to visitors, free of charge. Residents and visitors alike will have the opportunity to walk through the open doors of many of Loyalist Township’s beloved heritage and cultural sites across Amherstview, Amherst Island, Bath, and Odessa.

According to a release from Loyalist Township, Doors Open Ontario, a province-wide celebration, provides a unique opportunity to explore and enjoy sometimes hidden and always interesting places and spaces in communities across Ontario — all free of charge!

The Township said that with 16 sites participating this year, there is something for everyone to enjoy and discover. These sites will be offering an array of fun activities and a mixture of both guided and self-guided tours:

  • Bath Museum & Visitor Centre, 434 Main Street, Bath
  • Bath United Church, 402 Academy Street, Bath
  • Layer Cake Hall, 193 Davy Street, Bath
  • Babcock Mill, 100 Bridge Street, Odessa
  • St. Alban’s Anglican Church, 67 Main Street, Odessa
  • Second Chance Ranch, 6038 Hwy 2, Odessa
  • Neilson Store Museum and Cultural Centre, 5220 Front Road, Amherst Island
  • Dry Stone Walls, Amherst Island
  • Topsy Farms, 14775 Front Road, Stella, Amherst Island
  • Fairfield House, 4574 Bath Road, Amherstview
  • Trinity Presbyterian Church, 9 Manitou Crescent West, Amherstview
  • St. Peter’s Anglican Church, 4333 Bath Road, Kingston
  • Loyalist Township Fire & Emergency Services, Amherstview Fire Hall, 363 Amherst Drive, Amherstview

In the release, Loyalist Township said it encourages everyone to come and spend the day discovering local history first-hand and celebrating their community’s heritage.

Learn more about each site by visiting www.loyalist.ca/events.

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