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It has been many years since we last visited Uncle Toms Cabin and museum. Our guide was relatively new on the job, but did a great job with the background story and information on the tour. The whole place has been upgraded for accessibility and...More
I grew up in Chatham and have since moved West. Our kids, born in Saskatchewan, have not been exposed to this important part of Canadian history. It was important to me that we visit the site.
Staff were friendly, knowledgeable, and giving of their time....More
We enjoyed the film and the buildings that you could tour on the site. Was a little disappointed that we were not allowed the time to see the display set up in the film room. We were quickly ushered out to see the other buildings....More
I had no idea of Ontario's connection to Uncle Tom's Cabin. Very well designed displays and exhibits. Not much is mentioned about this Museum and finding it was a pleasant surprise. There is a surprising amount of history to be learned here.
Everybody knows the Uncle Tom's story from the childhood, but not many knows about the origins of it. Here, in Dresden you will find out everything - the history of American preacher who inspired the later book's character (Uncle Tom), artifacts from everyday life, and...More
The trip to Uncle Toms Cabin was so full of history and learning. One of my favourite things about these kinds of attractions is that it's fun and educational. The tour was well laid out, informative, and the souvenirs were reasonably priced. Such a friendly...More