Tuesday, September 17, 2019

Unusual Ontario Attractions

Travel is more than just the fastest journey between two points, sometimes you have to go off the beaten path to find something interesting, or just plain weird, to make travel fun and adventurous. In Ontario you can look for blue signs along the roads and highways or check online for potentially fascinating attractions.
Front yard miniature village in Chatsworth (315306 Ontario Highway 6)
The toy sized buildings are rotting and neglected, renters seem to be few and far between and the financial situation seems to be dark. But I did like the castle.

One of my favourite websites looking for things to see is Roadside America that has maps with attractions pinned to the map that you can lookup information and addresses. You can look up your route, see if there are any pins, review the attractions and decide if you want to take the time to visit, or instead give a hard no and skip the attraction. Sometimes you get lucky and sometimes the thing sucks.
Tiny church in Shallow Lake (718708 Highway 6)
You can go in this church and sign a visitors log. It is similar to one found in Niagara-on-the-Lake

See more unusual Ontario attractions after the jump.
Crowded tiny cemetery in West Grey (402653 Grey County Road 4)

The closest we have come to seeing Wiarton Willie is at the lakefront splash pad in Wiarton
Memorial to Wiarton Willies
Big Adirondack chair in Varney (Highway 6)
Flowerpot Island at Tobermory
Seeing shipwrecks in Big Tub Harbour at Tobermory

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