Discover the best top things to do in Aylmer, Canada including Clovermead Apiaries, Pinafore Park, Winter Wheat, Steed & Company Lavender, Anything Used and Sparta Country Candles, Springwater Conservation Area, Port Bruce Provincial Park, Quai Du Vin Estate Winery, Gay Lea Dairy Heritage Museum, Archie Coulter Conservation Area.
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4.5 based on 114 reviews
CLOSED JANUARY and FEBRUARY - Honey Shop ReOpens March 1st at 9am Farm Fun Is Closed until June 1st Old Fashion Family Fun at Clovermead. June 1st - Oct 31 Visit our heritage honey farm in Aylmer, Ontario- just 20 minutes outside of London. Enjoy our Adventure Farm family play ground and animal farm . The Hiemstra Family invites you to visit the Bee Discovery Station with Ontario's Largest Glass Bee Display Hive. Our Honey Gift Shop - shop for unique treasures & honey treats, Bee-line tours are available for school groups, bus tours, and large family gatherings.
We went for the honey festival. Kids loved all the activities and wagon ride. There were a lot of people there but it didn't feel crowded because there are many places to experience. We took our lunch and drinks and enjoyed the many resting places to sit and watch our kids have so much fun! You don't have to spend any more money than the entrance fee if you don't want to, and still have a memorable time!
4.5 based on 128 reviews
Brought our 3 year old and 6.5 year old grandchildren. They and most other kids applied the 8 second rule - play on one structure for 8 seconds - see another and run there. 8 seonds , etc. but constantly playing all the activities. Even picnic tables if you want to bring a lunch or supper.
4.5 based on 109 reviews
Winter Wheat is an enchanting place with whimsical folk art sculptures, enchanting Gardens and a delightful country store. Winter Wheat celebrates all who take pleasure in expressing what's in their hearts. Relax and sip a complimentary cup of coffee while you enjoy the company of friends and the tranquility of nature.Winter Wheat is a place that will charm you.
We had never heard of the little town of Sparta before, but a local resident gave us a heads up on this attraction and we were so glad she did. The best way to describe this place is that it is a lesson in upcycling in a large nature setting. I must have taken close to 100 pictures here. There are cute gazebos to sit and rest in, a great gift shop to purchase at excellent prices some of the works. Around every corner in the woods are creative displays made from recycled products that most people just throw out. It was a wonderful afternoon and we intend to return as the displays change often and are lit up at night.
4.5 based on 30 reviews
My friend Corey Webb suggested this spot for a nice day trip. He said it would awaken the senses. The fields were magnificent. Thank you Corey Webb for the Recommendation!
4.5 based on 42 reviews
Located in the historical village of Sparta Ontario, Anything Used is a family owned and operated business started in 1992. They make their own brand of candles, fudge and have a huge selection of gifts for the whole family.
Happened on this store during a country drive. Very nice place. So many candles! It has a very large amount of knick-knacks and antique type items. Very friendly and helpful staff. They rally packed a ton of stuff into that store. So many different areas to look through. good place for a pit stop on any road trip.
4.5 based on 23 reviews
Springwater is a beautiful park that is well kept, well staffed and maintained throughout three seasons. Though officially closed over the winter you can still enter the trails and walk in the beautiful, majestic Carolinian forest.
Springwater hosts many festivals and special events ranging from the Maple Syrup Festival in early spring to the Jingle Walk in December.
Children enjoy the playground, the easy walking/biking trails through the woods and a dip in the water when it is warm enough.
A lovely spot that will not disappoint.
4 based on 25 reviews
Port Bruce is an unique piece of Malahide township , nestled on the shores of Lake Erie. Fishing boating swimming can all be found here. Make sure to stop in if in the area
4.5 based on 33 reviews
We were in the area and hadn't been in for awhile so we deiced to pop in and see what was new and taste some wine. The tasting went well since I bought 3 bottles and so did our friends. The lady behind the counter...MoreThat's the problem with positive, glowing reviews! Everyone comes by to check us out and we sell out of stuff! Thanks for the review. Much appreciated.
4 based on 7 reviews
I arrive on a fun day which had various activities outside.
The museum was very crowded with exhibits which tried to use quantity rather the quality. Instead of a pile of separators etc it would be better to place one or two with more information as to the functions etc. There was too much which detracted from the exhibits
Unlike the other museums I visited in this area, which were free, they charged a $5 fee which was not totally justified.
4.5 based on 3 reviews
This is a great place to enjoy a lovely afternoon walk and bird watch any time of the year
I saw my first Indigo Bunting here and I'm not even a birdwatcher.
There are many trails to choose from with many running along side a creek. The trails loop back which makes it nice to explore. A great place to take you dog ( leashed of course) and enjoy the outdoors!
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