Black Creek Pioneer Village

Help Preserve the Past for Future Generations

Black Creek Pioneer Village is an open-air heritage museum overlooking Black Creek, a tributary of the Humber River.

At the Village, visitors can discover 40 historic buildings, 70 rare and heritage breed animals, 10 different gardens with flowers and vegetables grown from heirloom seeds, 50,000 historical artifacts, and a wide variety of engaging programs for people of all ages.

Black Creek Pioneer Village represents the largest collection of heritage buildings in the region – and one of the largest in the country. The historic structures include the original Stong Family Farm buildings, a water-powered grist mill, a general store, a blacksmith shop, and many more.

Behind every heritage building is a community, a story, and a learning opportunity. Your generosity will ensure that Black Creek Pioneer Village can continue to share these stories, to provide a place for all to create, learn, and explore.

Join the Black Creek family of supporters, and help us to preserve and enhance this important part of Canada’s rich history.