Visit one of Ontario’s last remaining Hamlets, and explore all that Glen Williams has in store. Nestled into the banks of the Credit River Valley, this picturesque town is home to a myriad of talented artists, as well as unique antique and furnishing shops. After a casual lunch at Copper Kettle Pub, head over to the Williams Mill Creative Arts Studios. Home to over 25 artists specializing in an amazing variety of mediums, spend the afternoon meeting glass artists, sculptors, wood carvers, painters, and everyone in between.
While you’re there, be sure to check out Beaumont Mill Antiques and Collectibles for one-of-a-kind finds and treasures from times past.
Tucked into the lower level of the Williams Mill building is the acclaimed Glen Tavern restaurant, the perfect place to enjoy a meal as beautiful as the artwork you’ve spent the day with. An affiliate of long-loved Scaramouche in Toronto, the Glen Tavern promises seasonal, contemporary food, carefully selected wines and drinks in a convivial setting you won’t soon forget.