Westfield Heritage Village is a collection of 35 historic buildings relocated from various sites around southern Ontario and carefully reconstructed and painstakingly restored to their original appearance. The village sits on a 39 acre site surrounded by an additional 324 acres of unspoiled natural woodlands and meadows with several well marked nature trails.
Named after the Ironwood tree that the building surrounds, the Ironwood reception hall, with its old fashioned ambiance, offers all the modern conveniences of air conditioning, full kitchen facilities and wheelchair accessible. Seating capacity of the hall is 110 people.
The Bandstand is a replica of a classic mid-19th century structure seen in town squares in Ontario and throughout North America. It is an ideal location for outdoor wedding ceremonies and photo opportunities. Hydro is available.
The Mountsberg Church, built in 1854, is an ideal setting for a wedding. It has been restored highlighting its original charm with the delightful pink and gray interior, hand painted banner, hardwood floor, chandeliers and piano. A well hidden heating system has been installed to ensure your comfort on cooler days or open the windows when the days are warmer. Hydro is available in the church.
Found beside a log cabin and trading post in a secluded wooded niche of the Westfield Heritage Village, this rustic setting can accommodate a cozy party of 35. An excellent place for a spring, summer or early fall day time wedding.
For further information, or to book these facilities, call 519-621-8851 or email firstname.lastname@example.org