You may want to bring along a picnic lunch from The Bar Market Café reflect on the benches. The market is eco-friendly, fresh and vibrant with fresh pressed juice and keto treats ready to go!
After being inspired by nature, browse among the books at an indy book store, Blue Heron Books . You just may find your perfect summer novel for the cottage! In fact, Uxbridge is home to Canadian author, Lucy Maud Montgomery, and we’re sure you’ll find a section in the store that’s dedicated to her and the most famous summer novel of all time -Anne of Green Gables.
You can visit inside her beloved home and learn about her life at Leaskedale Manse, now a National Historic Site, where she penned 11 of 22 novels.
Just five minutes down the road the Thomas Foster Memorial distance with its unusual architecture for rural Ontario. This remarkable structure was inspired by the Taj Mahal and was built as a resting place Foster, raised not far from this beautiful location and endearing story.
Top the day with comfortable dining experience at Tin Mill Restaurant . This turn-of-the-century flour mill was lovingly renovated by the present owners, and offers creative local flavours and home-baked desserts. We think a seat on the patio overlooking the Uxbridge is the most refreshing way to savour summer.