The Canadian Automotive Museum - Discover the world's most significant collection of Canadian cars. Since 1963 the Canadian Automotive Museum has preserved and shared the history of the Canadian automotive industry in historic downtown Oshawa- Canada's Motor City.
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Because Disney is such a notable name, one might wonder why there is a building in Downtown Oshawa called the Disney Building. I’ll just come out and say it, no, Walt has no known ties to our City! But Oshawa did have its own set of Disney brothers who left a lasting mark on Oshawa’s downtown.
With its nature trails the Harmony Valley Park is enjoyed by walkers, hikers, runners, and nature enthusiasts. The park also contains a popular off-leash area run by volunteers of the Oshawa Durham Area Walkers Group who care for and maintain the off-leash area.
The Museum displays everything from Oshawa's first settlers to present day, and has a number of exhibits to view, including: 3 restored 19th Century homes (Henry House, Robinson House and Guy House); artifacts from the Henry, Robinson and Guy families; heritage gardens; a reference library featuring local history books; and, photograph collections illustrating Oshawa's historic people, places and events.
FEATURED ROOMS - All of our bookings are Private VIRTUAL REALITY: Ward 9 The Experiment Through a series of mind-bending tests, you and your partner must travel through the ward and work with each other to make sense of the "experiments" you'll be undergoing.
Welcome to Parkwood National Historic Site Step back in time and experience the home of the late R.S. McLaughlin, Canadian auto baron and founder of General Motors of Canada. Inspired by early 20th century Beaux-Arts design, this 15,000 square foot, 55-room mansion was built between 1915 and 1917.
Visit Pumphouse Marsh Wildlife Reserve, Oshawa, ON, Canada as if you were there. View surrounding Pumphouse Marsh Wildlife Reserve, Oshawa, ON, Canada area. Local businesses, hotel, restaurant, etc. Find location, addresses, phone number, and website for any of them.
Step back in time and experience the home of the late R.S. McLaughlin, Canadian auto baron and founder of General Motors of Canada. Inspired by early 20th century Beaux-Arts design, this 15,000 square foot, 55-room mansion was built between 1915 and 1917.
This park provides a number of active and passive recreational opportunities where families of all ages can come and enjoy an afternoon of fun, playing on the playground and sports fields or relaxing under the Gazebo or one of the many shade trees planted in the park. A-Z Listing ...
In 1919, Alger left Tweed where he was subsequently publishing, and moved to Oshawa. He purchased a small parcel of land across from the Oshawa Post Office on King Street East and constructed a two storey plant. In 1942, the flourishing company faced a setback when a fire destroyed the building.
Encouraged by a proposal submitted by the Oshawa Garden Club, City Council funded and adopted a Master Plan and dedicated municipal parklands and trailways to this ambitious project. This is a multi-year project that will grow Oshawa's greatness by creating a unique botanical garden attraction in the heart of Durham Region.
The Robert McLaughlin Gallery is dedicated to sharing, exploring and engaging with our communities through the continuing story of modern and contemporary Canadian art. We engage our community in art and explore opportunities for public art, to increase the community's interaction with, and awareness of, contemporary art.
A Baltimore Oriole Enjoys Spring In Whitby’s Thickson’s Woods. On a warm sunny spring day, Bob and I visited Thickson’s Woods Nature Reserve in Whitby, Ontario. We most often explore the trails of the forest, hoping to find some migrating birds, but on this visit, we opted for a walkabout the meadow adjacent to the woodlot.
In an effort to advance the legacy of the farm, the Development Services Department prepared a Draft Proposed Program for Honouring the Windfields Farm Legacy. Staff consulted with representatives of the E. P. Taylor family, the Windfields Community Group and Heritage Oshawa in preparing the Draft Proposed Program.