Here are the more popular North York heritage attractions (not including museums):

Black Creek Pioneer Village

Black Creek Pioneer Village

1000 Murray Ross Pkwy, North York, ON M3N 1S4
Jane & Steeles W (watch for signs from Highways 400, 401 and 407)

This takes you back to rural Ontario community in 1867, when Canada was formed. See farms, a blacksmith shop, a one-room school house, and 40 restored heritage homes, shops and gardens, staffed with costumed interpreters and artisans. Open year-round, Vary by season, see website for details. Admission $$

Zion Schoolhouse

1091 Finch Avenue East, Toronto, M2J 2X3
416-395-7435 Fax: 416-395-1208

The1869 Zion Schoolhouse has been restored to the 1910 period, to reflect schooling in the farming community of L’Amaroux at the turn of the last century. School classes (Grades 3 to 8, Maximum 34 students) and other groups come to the Schoolhouse to experience unique role-playing programs and a 1910 school curriculum (cost: . $7.08 per student, plus GST) bring your own costume and lunch. Easy school bus & car drop-off on Trudy Road. Lunch facilities available, with public washrooms. Fully accessible.

TTC: Finch East Bus from Finch Station. <BR