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2368 Lakeshore Rd. West
Oakville, ON L6L 1H5
Canada

(??.? miles from you)


Bronte Harbour Tourist Area

Bronte Harbour Tourist Area
Bronte Harbour Tourist Area
Bronte Harbour Tourist Area
Bronte Harbour Tourist Area
Bronte Harbour Tourist Area
Bronte Harbour Tourist Area
Bronte Harbour Tourist Area
Bronte Harbour Tourist Area
Bronte Harbour Tourist Area

(??.? miles from you)

2368 Lakeshore Rd. West
Oakville, ON L6L 1H5
Canada


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Why You Should Go...

Experience Bronte Village, one of Ontario's oldest and most scenic communities. Explore Bronte's two open and publically-accessible inner and outer harbours.

Established in 1834, Bronte was a comm

Charter a sport fishing outing for trophy salmon or book a leisure cruise or day sail outing. Rent a hydra bike, kayak, or paddle board, or just sit on a patio and watch the swans glide by.

Discover Bronte's friendly owner-operated "small town" specialty shops with "big city" professional services, dining options, exciting events, and convenient location midway between Toronto and Niagara Falls, just minutes off the QEW.

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Why You Should Go...

Experience Bronte Village, one of Ontario's oldest and most scenic communities. Explore Bronte's two open and publically-accessible inner and outer harbours.

Established in 1834, Bronte was a commercial shipping centre for grain and timber but had evolved to a commercial fishing port by the 19th century. Stroll Bronte's spectacular Heritage Waterfront Park, a main access point to the Waterfront Trail system, an area that includes the harbour, boardwalk and pier, lighthouse, beach, bluffs, parklands, cycling and walking trails, and picnic and children's play areas.

Charter a sport fishing outing for trophy salmon or book a leisure cruise or day sail outing. Rent a hydra bike, kayak, or paddle board, or just sit on a patio and watch the swans glide by.

Discover Bronte's friendly owner-operated "small town" specialty shops with "big city" professional services, dining options, exciting events, and convenient location midway between Toronto and Niagara Falls, just minutes off the QEW.

What You Should Know...

Open: Year-Round

Discounts: Children, Seniors, AAA Members

Access: Service Animals

Parking: Free On-site, Street, Bus, Bicycle

Available: Audio Tour, Self-Guided Tour, Café, Restaurant, Bar, Private Dining, Patio Dining, Meeting/Conference Rooms, Banquet Facilities, Wi-fi, Gift Shop, Souvenirs

Extra Fun...

Insider Info

Visit Oakville Ambassadors for information Thursday through Sunday at the Bronte Boardwalk.

Oakville is home to great restaurants and patios with some harbour views. Sportfishing and leisure special occasion and sailing outings are available.

Parking is free and the region is highly walkable.

Fun Facts

In 2012, Amazon.com ranked Oakville the fourth-most romantic place in Canada. Beautiful harbours, winding trails, and candlelit restaurants at the water may have something to do with it. Cucci was voted one of Canada's top 100 restaurants by Open Table.

Gold medalists Larry Cain (canoeist), Adam van Koeverden (kayaker), Donovan Bailey (sprinter), and James Hinchcliff (Indy car driver) all hail from Oakville.

Oakville provides a picturesque backdrop for many major motion pictures, including The Santa Clause, starring Tim Allen, and Dream House, starring Daniel Craig and Naomi Watts.

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Why You Should Go...

Experience Bronte Village, one of Ontario's oldest and most scenic communities. Explore Bronte's two open and publically-accessible inner and outer harbours.

Established in 1834, Bronte was a commercial shipping centre for grain and timber but had evolved to a commercial fishing port by the 19th century. Stroll Bronte's spectacular Heritage Waterfront Park, a main access point to the Waterfront Trail system, an area that includes the harbour, boardwalk and pier, lighthouse, beach, bluffs, parklands, cycling and walking trails, and picnic and children's play areas.

Charter a sport fishing outing for trophy salmon or book a leisure cruise or day sail outing. Rent a hydra bike, kayak, or paddle board, or just sit on a patio and watch the swans glide by.

Discover Bronte's friendly owner-operated "small town" specialty shops with "big city" professional services, dining options, exciting events, and convenient location midway between Toronto and Niagara Falls, just minutes off the QEW.

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What You Should Know...

Open: Year-Round

Discounts: Children, Seniors, AAA Members

Access: Service Animals

Parking: Free On-site, Street, Bus, Bicycle

Available: Audio Tour, Self-Guided Tour, Café, Restaurant, Bar, Private Dining, Patio Dining, Meeting/Conference Rooms, Banquet Facilities, Wi-fi, Gift Shop, Souvenirs

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    At Home in Bronte Muskoka Chair Outdoor Art Exhibit 2018
    Due to overwhelming demand from residents and visitors last year, the At Home in Bronte, Perspectives & Reflections Public Art Exhibit is coming back to Bronte Village. This outdoor art exhibit, launched July 1st at Oakville’s Canada Day 2017, struck a chord with its 67 uniquely designed Muskoka chairs, painted by Oakville artists, families, organizations and businesses. These colourful masterpieces will be placed on the Bronte Boardwalk, in Bronte Heritage Waterfront Park.

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    Bronte Heritage Trail
    Explore Bronte Village and discover the rich history and culture on the Bronte Heritage Trail. Download the Bronte BIA App to access historical information from the e-beacons located throughout Bronte Village. This walking tour will take you back in time as you stroll the waterfront and discover what made Bronte Village the unique tourist destination it is today!

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Extra Fun

Insider Info

Visit Oakville Ambassadors for information Thursday through Sunday at the Bronte Boardwalk.

Oakville is home to great restaurants and patios with some harbour views. Sportfishing and leisure special occasion and sailing outings are available.

Parking is free and the region is highly walkable.

Fun Facts

In 2012, Amazon.com ranked Oakville the fourth-most romantic place in Canada. Beautiful harbours, winding trails, and candlelit restaurants at the water may have something to do with it. Cucci was voted one of Canada's top 100 restaurants by Open Table.

Gold medalists Larry Cain (canoeist), Adam van Koeverden (kayaker), Donovan Bailey (sprinter), and James Hinchcliff (Indy car driver) all hail from Oakville.

Oakville provides a picturesque backdrop for many major motion pictures, including The Santa Clause, starring Tim Allen, and Dream House, starring Daniel Craig and Naomi Watts.

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