Clothing, footwear, decor, housewares & toys from top brands including Jones New York, Paderno, Corningware, Levi's, Royal Doulton and more. Open every day (except December 25 and January 1)
Set in a renovated 1867 village schoolhouse, this unique venue is high on charm. With only 100 seats and remarkable acoustics, the intimate atmosphere lends itself to cabaret-style performances.
The largest community museum in Ontario. The main gallery tells the story of Waterloo Region and the feature gallery showcases rotating local and travelling exhibits from around the world. Entrance to Doon Heritage Village, a 60 acre living history village.
The Mennonite Story multi-media interpretive centre is a must for anyone interested in learning more about Mennonites. Take a self-guided journey beginning with a 13 minute video entitled, 'The Old Order'.
Open year round, the shops in St. Jacobs feature unique items including clothing, décor, jewelry, and original crafts. Enjoy a meal or grab a snack at one of the village’s restaurants or cafes. Learn about the village’s Old Order Mennonite population at The Mennonite Story interpretive centre.
THEMUSEUM is a new kind of museum – one of ideas and experiences. No dusty objects, no collections, and no velvet ropes. It is dedicated to presenting fresh, relevant cultural content from around the globe in unique and interactive ways that intersect art, science, culture and technology.
Nothing is more fascinating than seeing how things are made! This 75 minute guided tour takes you into the heart of the Toyota Plant. See how Team Members and robots build the cars.
ALL ABOARD! Waterloo Central Railway offers many unique regularly scheduled themed train experiences throughout the year, as well as rail and station venue charter options for special events! Travel through north Waterloo, St. Jacobs, Elmira and back for a scenic countryside trip.
The boyhood home of William Lyon Mackenzie King, Canada's longest-serving Prime Minister. The house has been restored to the Victorian style of the 1890's.