Canadian Transportation Museum and Heritage Village, located in Kingsville, Ontario, features historic buildings and a museum with a wide range of vehicles from the 1800’s to today’s models.
The Canadian Transportation Museum & Heritage Village features over 15 historic buildings with period furnishings dating from 1820 to the late 1920’s including several fine homes, log cabins, 1840’s general store, 1907 Edwardian one room school house, the Jack Miner ancestral home dating from 1889 and so much more!
In addition, there is a 25,000 sq ft modern transportation museum (largest in Ontario), home to the oldest registered car in Canada (1893 Shamrock), with many other antique and collector vehicles from several 1800’s horse drawn wagons and carriages to the earliest motorized vehicles dating from 1905 up to a beautiful 1992 Dodge V 10 Viper. There is even a 2/5th full replica of the Wright Brothers 1903 Flying Machine.
Both Heritage Village and the Canadian Transportation Museum are second to none and are fully educational as well as entertaining offering fantastic school programs for almost all ages and subjects. All tours are guided by trained interpreters.