Main Street Exeter Heritage Tour - Exeter BIA - Historic Places Days

Main Street Exeter Heritage Tour – Exeter BIA

Exeter, Ontario
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Exeter Ontario has been able to retain so many of the heritage buildings through the generations with new incarnations of business owners. Take a walking tour of Exeter’s heritage downtown district to see and learn more about some of the historic family businesses built by Exeter’s first settlers and the businesses that are housed in them now. For more information download the Driftscape app.


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