The place is full of beautiful history. The people who work there were fantastic and so enjoyable and informative! You can even taste some delicious cider and cookies made according to the recipes of the time. We were very pleasantly surprised. The way the house was built was very attractive
Colborn Villa is located halfway up the mountainside of Highland Park. If it weren't recommended by Ctrip, I don't know it is a separate attraction. What is more impressive is that there is a cannon next to the villa, which is probably an antique.
The former owner of the cabin passed away in 1890. The villa is now under the name of the municipal government and has become a "nature centre". A hundred years of vicissitudes, but well maintained. Although the hut is surrounded by trees, the roof is clean and there is no moss. On the "Teacher Training Day", a camp where children learn to make friends is opened here.
The garden is very beautiful, but unfortunately I didn't arrange a lot of time... It's actually good to stay here for one night. The people in the town are also very nice, it's a place where the rich live, it's very safe.
The former residence of Canadian celebrities nearly two hundred years ago. Like many former residences of celebrities, it has basically maintained its original appearance and became a museum. If you want to learn about Canadian historical celebrities, you can come here.