Activities and experiences
Woodside National Historic Site
Explore Woodside, which was the childhood home of William Lyon Mackenzie King, Canada's tenth and longest-serving Prime Minister. Tour the 11.5 acre Kitchener, Ontario property and discover its fascinating history. Enjoy the fall colours and harvest decorations or come in December to experience the twinkling charm of an authentic Victorian Christmas at Woodside National Historic Site.
Take part in a wide range of events, special activities, and memorable experiences at Woodside.
Try these fun free indoor crafts and activities for the whole family to do at home after you visit Woodside.
Return to the Victorian Era in Canada on a guided tour or school program at Woodside National Historic Site. Book or reserve in advance.
Woodside consists of 11.5 acres of trees, hills, trails, lawns and wetlands.
Historic recipes for Victorian baked goods, jams and preserves. Bring the warmth and comfort of Woodside’s woodstove home!
Parks Canada has a set of Red Chairs in quiet and scenic locations at Woodside National Historic Site.
There are a variety of activities and experiences for volunteers with Parks Canada at Woodside National Historic Site.
The Parks Canada Xplorers booklet will help your child get the most out of their visit to Woodside.
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