Walking tours reveal Bayfield’s fascinating story
There are few better ways to experience the majestic history of Bayfield than by taking a step back in time with the Bayfield Historical Walking tours.
Hosted by the Bayfield Historical Society, the walks are available in two different styles; self-guided with the help of a $5 booklet or guided for $10 through volunteers like Ralph Laviolette.
Laviolette, who has run the walks for years, says the village is full of unique historical experiences that can’t be found elsewhere.
The tour starts from the Bayfield Historical Society and Archives building at 20 Bayfield Main Street North on Saturday at 1 p.m. from July to August.
For those who want to experience the tour but can’t make the trip during the warmer weather, the historical society has recently made the jump to digital and the stops are available on their website and through YouTube.
For more information, or to map out the tour visit www.bayfieldhistorical.ca. To arrange a tour, visit the archives or call 519-440-6206.