Experience An 1890s Thanksgiving at Woodside
Woodside National Historic Site invites festive visitors to experience an 1890s Thanksgiving at the boyhood home of William Lyon Mackenzie King. The historic house is beautifully decorated for the harvest season. Our authentically-dressed staff provides visitors with a glimpse into the Thanksgiving/Fall celebrations of the King family in 1890s. Pumpkin cookies are ready for sampling. Come and tour the estate and witness the show of fall leaves – and don’t forget to bring your camera!
We were at Woodside recently and made this video.
Where: Woodside National Historic Site of Canada, 528 Wellington Street N. Kitchener
When: October 11, 2011
ADMISSION: Adults $3.90, Seniors $3.40, Youth $1.90, Families $9.80
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