Thursday, September 29, 2011

FREE Admission and Walking Tours in Barrie Ontario

Spirit Catcher on Barrie Waterfront

Barrie Walking Tours

Barrie, Ontario is one of the featured Ontario destinations and is hosting “Doors Open Barrie” in conjunction with Carnegie Days and the MacLaren Art Centre.  The contributions of Andrew Carnegie and the Carnegie Library built in l917 are being celebrated from September 29-October 2.  Participants  will be able to explore heritage buildings, natural spaces, architectural showpieces and community landmarks at community events including walking tours of Downtown Barrie on Saturday October 1, Old Allandale (new site of Go Train Station), and Barrie’s Union Cemetery  See information on Barrie Walking Tours

Barrie Waterfront Recreation  







Barrie, Ontario is one of the featured Ontario destinations and is hosting “Doors Open Barrie” in conjunction with Carnegie Days and the MacLaren Art Centre.  The contributions of Andrew Carnegie and the Carnegie Library built in l917 are being celebrated from September 29-October 2.

Barrie Farmers' Market

Carnegie Days
Carnegie Days offers visitors a variety of events that explore the role language plays in contemporary art.  Exhibitions, art projects, performances, author readings, artist talks, film and video screenings, guided tours and hands-on workshops take place at the MacLaren and across the City of Barrie.  See more details on Carnegie Days in Barrie. Visitors can access Barrie via Highway 400 north from Toronto.

Tours at New Mady Centre

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