Sharon Temple National Historic Site and Museum

East Gwillimbury, Ontario
The birthplace of multicultural democracy in Canada, an open-air museum.
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Join us for an afternoon High Tea Party on the grounds of the Sharon Temple National Historic Site and Museum! Purchase your tickets, and enjoy a high tea experience like none other! Delicate foods and scones will be served along with our own Temple Teas. Bridgerton vibes with a touch more historical accuracy! Book a […]

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Choose your favourite people and join us at the Sharon Temple on Sunday, July 17, 2022 for a picnic competition. To enter the competition, create a group of 2-6 people and register through sharontemple.ca or pay admission on site. A flat rate will be charged per-registered group depending on group size. The event will take […]

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The old poor house, “Slab Town” and Saint Andrew’s Black Community.
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