The Canadian Automobile Museum is one of the check-in attractions in Oshawa. Of course, whether there is a check-in attraction in Oshawa is a question mark. Of course, I think other parks and churches are more interesting and beautiful.
Oshava honestly, there is no attraction, the Auto Museum is a small sum of attractions, across from the Memorial Park in the city center, I didn't cross the road to see it because of the car, so I punched in one attraction
Oshava, built in 1795 and became a city in 1924. It is a trade center in nearby agricultural areas, with easy access to railways and highways. It has evolved from an engine to an important auto manufacturing center, producing auto parts, metal plates, glass plates, leather and textiles.
Ontario's small towns have strange things that surprise me, like Kingston's fat chicken and the smile of the dog-walker, like the duck feast of Oshawar and the fearless squirrel.