Discover the best top things to do in Caledonia, Canada including Grand River Dinner Cruises, Canadian Warplane Heritage Museum, Six Nations Bingo, Ruthven Park National Historic Site, Killman Zoo, Caledonia Bridge, Caledonia Old Mill, Iroqrafts, Kinsmen Park Trail, Edinburgh Square Heritage and Cultural Centre.
Restaurants in Caledonia
4.5 based on 46 reviews
We went for a Family member's Anniversary. The food was not great but good. The service was good, the staff very friendly. Drinks are served, for purchase on board.
We were greeted with refreshments upon arrival and later ushered on board. While waiting there is a gift shop to puruse.
The cruise down the river was nice especially at sunset. Even though we had some rain we could still stand outside protected by an overhand or sit along the side on benches.
It is a good event to do with some friends. The company is always part of the experience. I had always wanted to go and I am glad we were given the opportunity to experience this local delight. I would call ahead to book.
4.5 based on 885 reviews
The Warplane Museum is a great place to learn about history up close and personal. The personal touches and changing displays means there's something for everybody. Remember though that this is a real piece of working history so don't touch the aircraft, and the place runs on donations so if you're able to and feel moved it helps restore more planes and pieces of history. We've also done a ride on the warplanes and my hubby had an absolutely amazing time.
5 based on 21 reviews
Guaranteed Prizes! Guaranteed Fun! Whether you are looking for a new experience, or you’re a B-I-N-G-O fanatic, Six Nations Bingo has been the preferred choice from players for over 20 years! Easily accessible, just off Highway 54 between Brantford and Caledonia, we offer the largest and friendliest Bingo Hall in the region. Join us for one of our many Big Events and Holiday Specials where you could win even more cash prizes! Check out Monster Bingo, Super Sunday’s, Must Go Super Jackpots, 24-Ball Bingo and our Monthly Birthday Specials! And while you’re here sign up for our Grand Rewards Club and earn valuable points every time you play!
I have been attending this bingo hall for many years and have not had to many issues. As every other businesses things happen out of management control, they are very quick to get things back on track. Six nations tries to keep up on new and updated equipment and always has their clients best interest in the forefront.
4.5 based on 26 reviews
Experience the 1,500-acre country estate and magnificent former home of five generations of the Thompson family. Located in southwestern Ontario's charming rural Haldimand County. Grounds open daily; mansion tours by appointment from Thanksgiving Weekend 2017 to Victoria Day Weekend 2018.
This place is located on a beautiful piece of property overlooking the Grand River. It is a little tricky to find because the signage is poor and the place was not listed in our GPS. But if you travel north of Cayuga on Hwy 54 you will spot it on the west side of the road. Tour is $10 per person, which is okay and worth the price to see the inside of the house. The spiral stairway is amazing. Our tour guide took our picture outside of the house, which was nice. Tours are on the hour.
4 based on 60 reviews
Spent a great afternoon at Killman. Saw the "Big Cats", many of which were rescued and taken care of. Also saw a lot of Second Generation Cats at Killman. Would go back anytime. They are just opening a new exhibit and adding a snack bar, great place for the kids
4 based on 25 reviews
The Caledonia Bridge is of significant importance as a heritage site. Built in 1927, this bridge is a Rainbow Arch Bridge and is the longest one of its kind in Ontario and possibly all of Canada. It has nine spans while most Bridges of this type have only 2 spans.
The Caledonia Bridge unites Caledonia where the Grand River dissects the town. It is of great importance for traversing the shopping and business areas,.
The bridge is a thing of beauty with its sweeping arches and unique design from a bygone era. It is a little the worse for wear but with some structural and cosmetic upgrades could be brought back to its former beauty. Hopefully the bridge will not be demolished but will be saved and another bridge will be built to take on the traffic.of a modern age.
This bridge is still being used as a main thoroughfare.
4.5 based on 8 reviews
This historic building is picture perfect as it sits next to the Grand River in Caledonia, Ontario. It is currently in a precarious situation but has a small dedicated group of volunteers trying to preserve the building and indeed make it into useable space for the benefit of the town and those who visit. You currently cannot visit inside but hopefully efforts will continue and one day the space will be open to visit and enjoy.
4.5 based on 8 reviews
A local elder/friend took me here when I asked to stop and see some local crafts. Wow! I was blown away when I walked in! Carvings, jewelry, artwork, even healing herbal teas... and more. If you are in the area definitely stop in. Only had a few minutes but I found several items for gifts to take home.
5 based on 4 reviews
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