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You can start your visit in a little museum then head over to the house with a tour guide. The guides are great. So personable & informative. They dress in period clothing. A must stop while in the area. Also the gift shop has super...More
For those of us who though that Laura was somehow involved in the development of chocolate in North america, it was quite informative. Certainly a glimpse intot he past. Great artifacts and information, worth a visit.
The War of 1812 has an unlikely hero with Laura Secord, a wife and mother, who walked 18 hours to warn the British of an impending American invasion. The tour of the family homestead is well done, and guided tours are the only way to...More
Decided to go on the short guided tour ($9.50 each) and it was worth it! (Tours are every half hour in the summer). Learned a lot more than if we had just walked around the museum. Such an amazing heroine and story!
The Laura Secord Homestead is the place to go finally hear a bit of her-story. What a delightful place to visit, explore and to learn how a persistent farmer's wife and mother trekked 32 km in horrendous conditions to warn the troops of an impending...More
This is worth the stop. The facility is nice with a small gift shop, museum, and renovated period home. You get a nice history lesson about Laura Secord. The guides were top notch and gives a different perspective to the War of 1812 you may...More