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Borden Public and Military Museum
The Base Borden Military Museum is one of Canada's largest Military Museums. The Museum holds a significant collection of WWI, WWII and post war armoured vehicles, trucks, and aircraft. The Museum tells the story of Camp Borden and the various Schools, Corps and Branches that have their heritage vested at Base Borden. The museum complex consists of several buildings and a memorial park. The main Museum building is a renovated WWII Armoured Corps' Officers' Mess. (705) 423-3531
Located on the Nottawasaga River the Nicholson Dam offers some of the
most picturesque camping sites you'll find anywhere. Stroll
alongside farm animals, swim in the heated pool. Rent a canoe,
kayak or paddleboat for a trip down the Nottawasaga river. (705) 435-7946
South Simcoe Railway
"All Aboard" for an exciting journey through the scenic Beeton Creek valley
aboard South Simcoe Railway's historic steam train.
You'll travel in restored 1920's coaches over the rails of a century-old branchline. Enjoy the sights and sounds of the steam train as you travel through the rolling countryside. The return trip from Tottenham to Beeton takes just under an hour, highlighted by the Conductor's friendly and informative commentary. (905) 936-5815
South Simcoe Theatre is dedicated to staging professional-quality productions. Each year, they present a program of contemporary as well as traditional theatre works in the town of Cookstown, Ontario. Please visit their site to learn more about South Simcoe Theatre, its productions and its current programs. (705) 458-4432
Great Ways to enjoy at the New Tecumseth Attractions
In the county of Simcoe, south-central of Ontario, lies the town of New Tecumseth. It is a metropolis where Alliston, Tottenham, and Beeton are located. The Nottawasaga River meanders along the area – adding to the rural charm of the town. The name of the town was derived from a famous Shawnee Indian Chief, Tecumseh who fought for the British in 1813. New Tecumseth attractions are all over its four villages are located and along the Georgian and Simcoe bays.
In Beeton, there is architecture dating back to the 1800s. The firehall is a wood and brick structure with a hose tower. This building dates back to 1894. The Beeton Agricultural Fair grounds have six stone posts on which are inscribed the names of those who died in World War II. In Tottenham, you can ride the restored coaches that goes back to the 1920’s version. The ride will take you over the rails that once connected Hamilton with Collingwood and Barrie. As the vintage train chugs along you can view the meandering countryside.
The Potato Festival of Alliston is one of the New Tecumseth attractions. This is supported by civic clubs. This started in 1972, at the time Alliston was the biggest potato town of Ontario and the whole of Canada. In Tottenham, the Falconry Centre houses over 200 birds of prey. The site is a medieval courtyard and is open to visitors from June 15 to September 4. Once daily at one in the afternoon, the spectacular flight of the Raptors can be witnessed. It is an awesome sight indeed to see the Raptor falcons in a flight demonstration. This is one of the interesting and intriguing New Tecumseth attractions, which can be an educational as well as interesting experience for children.
The Nicolston Dam located on the Nottawasaga River offers the picturesque camping grounds. While there visitors can enjoy the presence of farm animals, go kayaking, or paddle down the river. At the South Simcoe Theatre, plays are staged as part of the entertainment in Cookstown in nearby Simcoe. These are just some of New Tecumseth’s attractions, but you can find some adventures along the way.
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