- Our list of the best things to do in Hillier, Ontario, features the top 34 nearby activities — including 15 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Hillier, Ontario has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Food & Drink, Outdoor Places, Museums & Galleries, and Shopping.
- The results below include the top 10 things to do within the city of Hillier, Ontario , followed by 24 popular activities in nearby cities, including Belleville, Brighton, Bloomfield and Bloomfield
Located near Bay Bridge, Zwick Centennial Park is a great waterfront area for the entire family. The park offers walking trails, playground, dog park, wading pool, picnic areas, large trees, sporting fields and bird watching.
The Empire Theatre hosts numerous types of events including live performances by the rock musicians such as the red Rocker. The theatre which doubles up as a centre for performing arts also hosts numerous box office movies.
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19 Timber Ridge Dr | R.R.#3, Brighton, Ontario MoreLess Info
The Timber Ridge Golf Course is a 200-acre location with eight different bunkers. The staff also provides junior golf lessons to children and the club's banquet room is a location suitable for Christmas and wedding parties.
The scenically-located Mrs. B's Country Candy is a shop that features hand-made specialty candies, including Belgian-style chocolates. The store also features items produced by Brighton residents, including maple syrups and chocolates.
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15 Main St | PO Box # 940, Brighton, Ontario MoreLess Info
A location fans of vintage items would appreciate, the End of the Thread Cafe & Antique Emporium purchases and sells restored items. The cafe sells breakfast items and warm soups for consumption during the winter months.
The Memory Junction Railway Museum offers visitors access to various artifacts related to the history of the railroad, including engines and cars from times past. Modern trains often pass by the location during visiting hours.
Located along Butler Creek, the Proctor House Museum showcases 19thcentury life for its visitors. The Proctor-Simpson Barn has been converted into a theatre that features both a spring and fall play performance.