Brant County

About

Nestled within the Grand River Valley, the County of Brant combines an array of outdoor venues for paddlers, fishers, hikers and cyclists as well as arts and crafts, shopping and dining experiences.

Heritage points of interest include historic mills, barns, rail and fueling stations, stone bridges and cobblestone buildings to the site where the world’s first long distance telephone call was received.

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Annual Events

The main festivals include:
. April – Paris Lions Maple Syrup Festival
. June – Springtime in Paris
. August – Charity Airshow
. August / September – Annual Paris Fair
. September – St. George Applefest
. October – Burford Fall Fair
. November – Christmas in Paris

Attractions & Entertainment

WOODLAND CULTURAL CENTRE
BRANTFORD / BRANT County
Museum / Art Gallery / Library / Crafts
The Woodland Cultural Centre is a museum, art gallery library and education centre focusing on Southern Ontario’s First Nations past, present, and future. The programs offer interested visitors the opportunity to discover Native Ontario. Programs include art exhibits, museum tours, and native crafts workshops.
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Maps

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Key Locations

Town
. Glen Morris
. Paris
. St. George

Communities
. Brantford
. Burford & Harley
. Mt Pleasant
. Onondaga & Midleport
. Scotland & Oakland
. South Dumfries

Visit the Official Regional Site of Brant County

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