We would like to share with you some of the main tourist attractions in the area.

St. Raphael’s Ruins

In 1970 a fire consumed the church of St. Raphael’s, one of the earliest Roman Catholic churches in English-speaking Canada. Fortunately the outer walls were spared and today its impressive scale and fine masonry work continue to attract the tourists to the site. The Ruins were declared a National Historic Site in 1999. Visitors are welcome to tour the site. Gates are open during the day in the summer months with a curator on duty in July and August.. No charge but free will donations are gratefully accepted. Visit the website

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SDG Regional Tourism

The United Counties of Stormont, Dundas and Glengarry are host to a number of exciting events and attractions. Did you know that the McIntosh apple originated in Dundas? That Glengarry is the birthplace of John Sandfield MacDonald, Ontario’s first Premier? Or, that the very first Holstein cow to Canada arrived in Stormont? Check Out Our: Golf courses Marinas Restaurants Campsites The Waterfront Trail connects all of SD&G along the St. Lawrence River. Upper Canada Village is a world-class living museum. Take in a performance at one of our many playhouses or stop in at a county fair – the Williamstown […]

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The Upper Canada Playhouse

Announcing Our 2017 Season! 8 months of professional live theatre and concerts with something for EVERYONE and entertainment for ALL. Upper Canada Playhouse is one of Eastern Ontario’s most successful professional theatre companies, with over 3 decades of operation. The Playhouse is located in a former Toothbrush and Argyle Sock Factory, converted to a charming, intimate, climate-controlled, accessible and totally-equipped theatre with plenty of parking, licensed canteen and state of the art seating where everyone’s close to the action. Located in the quaint Village of Morrisburg, Ontario, on the picturesque St. Lawrence River, the theatre is easily accessible from the 750 Exit of […]

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The Friends of Crysler’s Farm Battlefield

You’re Among Friends The Friends of Crysler’s Farm Battlefield Memorial is a group of volunteers dedicated to preserving the memory of the stirring victory of Joseph Wanton Morrison’s Anglo-Canadian army on November 11, 1813. Their primary purpose is the preservation and expansion of the Battlefield Memorial Building at the base of the mound, which is topped with the granite spire commemorating the events of November 11, 1813. The granite memorial was originally raised by the federal government in 1895 on the actual site of the battle but the flooding of much of South Dundas Township as a result of the […]

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