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Highjinks
(2 KM)
Tecumseh
Multi level adventure climbing maze with fun features, toddler area and interactive eye play virtual playground.
MonkeyTown
(10 KM)
Windsor
MonkeyTown provides a safe, clean and stimulating recreational environment for children to engage in fun and imaginative play that we hope children and their caregivers will enjoy! Our play area is covered in mats for comfort and safety.
Windsor
Canada South Science City is 30,000 Square Feet of Education and Entertainment packed in to one child friendly environment.
Artcite
(13 KM)
Windsor
Artcite strives to present new and experimental art and exhibitions that are politically and socially engaged; changing monthly exhibits in the gallery space showcase a variety of local, regional, national and international artists.
McGregor
Our collection consists of antique small engines, old tractors and turn of the century steam engines. Other unique items have also been collected by our museum, such as the first Canadian steam engine built in Windsor Circa 1903. There is always some...
Kingsville
The Canadian Transportation Museum is a state-of-the-art 25,000 sq. ft facility. It houses various modes of transportation, from the mid 1800s up to the 1992 Dodge Viper. The museum includes horse and oxen drawn carts, a 1904 Mitchell horse drawn hea...
Amherstburg
A full season of exhibits by local artists and travelling exhibits from Ontario museums and galleries, arts and crafts lessons for children and adults, our unique Gallery Arts & Craft Gift Shoppe and three needle art guilds make this 112 year old bui...
Leamington
A lush Carolinian forest oasis at the southern tip of Canada, Point Pelee National Park resounds with migrating song birds in the spring, hums with cicadas in the summer, flutters with Monarch butterflies in the fall and is a peaceful place of reflec...
North Buxton
African Canadian History of the Elgin Settlement a terminus point for the Underground Railroad, which became North Buxton. Tour and school groups welcome!
Chatham
The Chatham-Kent Black Historical Society's collection of local artifacts, genealogical information and general research materials is located in the Heritage Room at the W.I.S.H. Centre. The Heritage Room provides visitors with the history of Chatham...
Thamesville
This farm has lots of fun activities for the family including a cow train, mini maze, picnic area, corn awareness centre and a pumpkin patch.
Sarnia
The Children's Animal Farm is nestled in a picturesque environment which features attractions for visitors of all ages and interests. Take a leisurely stroll, observe and learn about the animals or enjoy the Farm's natural setting and environment.
Sarnia
is a 10,000 sq ft faciity packed with fossils, gems, dinosaur bones and taxidermied wildlife, plus guided tours and the Fluorescent Mineral Light Show.
Sarnia
Head to Sarnia's Bluewater Fun Park for water slides, pools, bumper boats and much more!
Ridgetown
Offering exotic animals, tropical birds, reptiles and masses of monkeys; plus adventure playground, splash pad, miniature village and family eatery.
Arkona
Discover what fossil hunters from around the world already know – Arkona Lions Museum and Information Centre. Travel back in time at the museum and see Devonian-period fossils that are more than 350 million years old.
Wallacetown
The Backus-Page House Museum is a living history museum located in the heart of the Talbot Settlement. The Georgian style house has been restored as closely as possible to its 1850’s state.
London
Storybook Gardens provides families with fun and special memories to last a lifetime. We have something for the whole family, with animals, rides, games, play areas, Slippery's splash area, entertainment, face painting and beautiful gardens. A villag...
Craig
The museum features an ecclectic mix of local and some times not so local artifacts. The displays change on a regular basis, so visit often!
St. Thomas
The museum was incorporated in 1988 as a registered non-profit charity for the purpose of preserving and restoring the railway heritage of St. Thomas and surrounding area. Our knowledgeable base of volunteers are dedicated to keeping alive the memor...
Children Museum
(153 KM)
London
Come and explore our three floors full of interactive exhibits, activities and programs that encourage children and their grown-ups to play together and learn together!
Eldon House
(153 KM)
London
Built in 1834 for John and Amelia Harris, this historic home remained in the family until 1960 when it was donated to the City of London. Although surrounded by the city today, the house and its gardens are a place of beauty and tranquility.
London
The world’s only national Hall of Fame dedicated to celebrating the accomplishments of medical heroes. This museum contributes to a vibrant health care system by engaging Canada’s health leaders in educational programs that serve to encourage you...
London
Artifacts and memorabilia of the 1st Hussars, open by appointment.
Belmont
This 4-hectare (10-acre) maze has over 5 km (3 miles) of twists and turns to explore! There's also a mini maze hay bale pyramid for little ones to play on.
London
Every season brings a calendar filled with a wide variety of special events for all the family to enjoy. Harvest Fest and Haunted Village Hayrides and our magical Christmas at The Village.
Aylmer
We are dedicated to the preservation, promotion and presentation of the history of Aylmer and Malahide to the public through: Education lessons, special events, publications, exhibits, displays and public programmes.
15 acres of high bush blueberries for pick your own only. Children love the fresh air and getting to pick their own blueberries. Running though the fields and blowing off lots of steam. Learning where food comes from is an important part of our lives...
St. Marys
The Hall of Fame strives to make Canadians proud of the game’s long history in their country. Baseball’s origins in Canada date back to 1838, when a game closely resembling baseball in its current form was played in the nearby community of Beachv...
Tillsonburg
Nationally designated for its magnificent interior, Annandale House serves as a monument to the Victorian style of design known as the Aesthetic Art Movement.
Beachville
The museum is situated on 4.5 acres of lush parkland. Beachville was the heart of Oxford County and possesses a fascinating history. It houses many interesting artifacts from Mastadon bones, a history of limestone quarries and a baseball display desc...
Stratford
A museum featuring artifacts of the Perth County area. Lists hours of operation, calendar of events, and featured exhibits.
Stratford
Offcially opened in 1853. A half or full day living history program welcomes classes during the spring and fall. Groups are also welcome to use the building and grounds for meetings reunions etc.
Port Rowan
Truly a chance to step back in time for a glimpse of our pioneer past. The Village has more than a dozen restored or reconstructed buildings to explore.
St. Williams
Learn about the Neutrals who occupied the lush forests and about the roles that Lt. Gov. John Graves Simcoe, Lt. Col. Arthur C. Pratt, Dr. Edmund J. Zavitz, Walter F. McCall played in the development of Canada's First Forestry Station.
St. William's
Looking for a unique experience and something that is out of the ordinary? Come and experience breathtaking zip lines and swinging suspension bridges. Glide through the Carolinian forest over native plant, animal and bird life on our world class zip ...
Wingham
The society preserves the memory of the builders, the musicians and entertainers who were featured over the years on the CKNX Barn Dance and in southwestern Ontario in years past. The museum displays photos, artifacts and memorabilia.
Castle Kilbride
(217 KM)
Baden
In an era when important landmarks are all too often sacrificed in the name of progress, Castle Kilbride stands as a monument to our heritage, our traditions, and to the commitment that the people of Wilmot Township have made to preserving our herita...
Brubacher House
(230 KM)
Waterloo
Learn first hand from knowledgeable tour guides about the life of a Pennsylvania German Mennonite family during the mid-nineteenth century. See an authentic depiction of a Pennsylvania German farm home in Waterloo County during the 1850-90 period.
Waterloo
The CCGG is recognized nationally for its critically acclaimed exhibitions, lectures, conferences, classes, workshops, tours, and specialized library, archive, and research centre.
Brantford
Discover the household of Alexander Melville and Eliza Bell, the events surrounding the invention of the telephone by Alexander Graham Bell, and the origins of Canadian Telephone operations to 1880.
Brantford
Located in Glenhyrst Gardens, a beautifully landscaped sixteen-acre park on the banks of the Grand River, Glenhyrst Art Gallery of Brant offers exciting views both indoors and out.
Artery Gallery
(232 KM)
Kitchener
The Artery’s mandate is to provide a space for exhibitions and creative projects. We hope to fulfill a responsibility to the artistic community by providing a venue for outstanding emerging art as well as an undefinable creative space; testing the ...
Brantford
The Brant Historical Society seeks to broaden the understanding of our community and its people by exploring our heritage within the Brant area through innovative partnerships and learning opportunities thereby building a more inclusive and tolerant ...
Brantford
The Personal Computer Museum is home to Canada's largest collection of microcomputers, video games, and video discs. Parents explore their own history while children discover how games have evolved in the last 30 years.
Brantford
CMHM is a not for profit privately run museum. The museum can only exist with the funds collected from your visitations and donations. Please visit and view our large assortment of artifacts. Our dedicated staff of volunteers are always on hand to as...
Brantford
Discover the achievements of some of Brantford and Brant County’s finest athletes along with those who have contributed towards the pursuit of sporting excellence.
St. George
Adelaide Hunter Hoodless Homestead is a National Historic Site. It is the birthplace and childhood home of one of Canada's most eminent citizens. Growing up on a mid-19th century farm with its privations and isolation perhaps inspired her to take up ...
Kitchener
The area's largest water park, offers days of fun and entertainment for kids of all ages. there is also the newest and largest indoor family playground in the region with 25,000 square feet of fun.
Cambridge
A Olympic trampoline facility open to the public and the gymnastics community alike. Programs include: Open Jump, Recreational Trampoline Classes, Trampoline Birthday Parties, Summer / March Break Day Camps, Special Needs Classes, Adult Aerobics’ C...

Top 10 most viewed fun things to do near Tecumseh with kids

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Highjinks

(2 Km)Indoor Play in Tecumseh

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Canadian Transportation Museum and Heritage Village

(28 Km)Transport Attractions in Kingsville

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MonkeyTown

(10 Km)Indoor Play in Windsor

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Artcite

(13 Km)Museums in Windsor

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Canada South Science City

(11 Km)Historical Attractions in Windsor

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Essex County Steam and Gas Engine Museum

(20 Km)Museums in McGregor

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The Gibson Gallery

(30 Km)Museums in Amherstburg

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