With a beautiful picnic area, a large creative playground, a farm animal corral and free hay rides, a visit to Andrews Scenic Acres is a pleasurable family occasion.
We have a full range of drinks and snacks in the shop or farm market so there is no need to bring food and drink to the farm.
Just 5 minutes north of Milon on Hwy 25, Chudleigh’s Apple Farm is full of activities for the entire family. Every year, in late summer and fall, families come to pick their own apples, and enjoy the farm-themed entertainment area. Come enjoy the outdoors and purchase one of their fresh baked pies!
Country Heritage Park is an interactive heritage park depicting agriculture and rural life over the last 150 years. Nestled in the shadow of the Niagara Escarpment south of Highway 401, on Tremaine Road west of Milton, Ontario, it offers educational programs for school children including elementary and high school, special events, attractions, tour group programs, day camps, historical interpretation of exhibits, an outstanding collection of antique tractors, steam engines, farm equipment and rural life artifacts.
Come ride the streetcars! Located at 13629 Guelph Line in Milton the Halton County Radial Railway (HCRR) is a full-size operating electric railway and museum, featuring historic electric railcars operating on two kilometers of scenic track. The HCRR is owned and operated by the Ontario Electric Railway Historical Association (OERHA), a non-profit, educational organization. The museum is proud to be Ontario’s first and largest electric railway museum. The Association is made up of active members who volunteer to maintain, restore and operate the museum for its many visitors throughout the year.
The Halton Region Museum is located in a picturesque setting beneath the Niagara Escarpment inside Kelso Conservation Park in Milton, Ontario, Canada. The site is one of the few remaining intact farmsteads, established by the Alexander family in 1836. Today, visitors can explore indoor exhibits and outdoor trails that focus on Halton’s history and the lovely natural surroundings of the Museum.
The Halton Region Museum is open year round, Monday to Friday noon to 5pm. as well as weekends from Victoria Day weekend until Thanksgiving weekend. Entry is free with admission to Kelso Conservation Area.
Visitors are welcome to tour the Alexander Barn and Visitor Centre, and the five-acre museum site to learn more about the history of Halton and the Alexander family. The grounds are a lovely setting for picnics and feature a playground, gift shop and free historical scavenger hunt for children.
The Halton Region Museum offers a magnificent year-round setting for education programs for adult and children’s groups. In addition, the facility is rented year-round for meetings, dinners, weddings, corporate picnics, and other special functions.
*Research services are available by appointment only.
Experience the fun and excitement of more than 850 slot machines, live entertainment and great dining! Open 24 hours, seven days a week. OLG Slots at Mohawk Racetrack… it’s your mini holiday.
9430 Guelph Line, Campbellville, ON.
Every July 1st Milton, Ontario puts on a Canada Day extravaganza at the Milton Fairgrounds. Organized by a small volunteer committee this event gets better and better each year. The official Milton Canada Day website is updated each year with full information on the day’s events including fairground maps and activities. The event is not to be missed!
Scotch Block is one of Halton’s best kept secrets. Located only a few minutes north of Milton those who visit the 10th Sideroad Winery will be treated to a wonderful sampling of exceptional wines, ranging from dry fruit and grape wines, to ice and dessert wines. The name “Scotch Block Winery” was chosen as a tribute to the Scottish settlers who in 1820 were the first European immigrants to survey and settle in Esquesing Township, Halton County. Scotch Block Winery is nestled in the area known as Scotch Block – an area of rich, fertile, rolling farmland of which the scenic Niagara Escarpment is a breathtaking backdrop.
Nestled in picturesque escarpment country, Stonehaven Farms has been a family operated farm for six generations. Stonehaven Farms prides themselves on producing quality, wholesome, fresh picked produce and are pleased to share them with you and your family. Their seasonal farm market offers a variety of goods including a bakery with fresh baked pies, real dairy soft serve ice cream, sweet corn, pumpkins and fall decorations, honey, maple syrup and more! Families will also enjoy seasonal pick your own berries, kid zone area, wagon rides and a 6 acre corn maze that is sure to appeal to both the young and old.
Further Milton Area Tourist Attractions:
Conservation Halton is a community based environmental agency that protects local ecosystems in partnership with its watershed municipalities. Hilton Falls, Kelso, Crawford Lake, Rattlesnake Point and Mountsberg are all a short drive from Milton.
Escarpment CountryTM is the natural area surrounding Milton including the hamlets of Campbellville, Moffat and Hornby. The central focus of this area is the Niagara Escarpment. This website offers many natural and man-made attractions including leisure pursuits such as dining, shopping, rock climbing, hiking, skiing, fairs, festivals and farm markets.
Mohawk Racetrack is located just outside of Milton and is only a 25 minute drive west of Toronto. Major league harness racing is scheduled five nights a week at the picturesque Campbellville oval in the Spring and Fall; Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday, and Saturday evenings, with Sundays and Wednesdays dark. Post time each race night is 7:40 p.m.
Milton Steam Era offers the chance for young and old to see puffing steam engines, chugging gas tractors, humming gasoline engines, put-putting old cars and trucks…all lovingly restored to their original beauty and working condition.