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Woman relaxing inside the Salt Cave at Grand Wellness Centre

Rest, Relax and Recharge

Posted on Friday, December 10, 2021 03:26 PM

  • Revitalize your mind and body at Grand Wellness Centre. You can take a yoga class or spend time in the recreated salt cave, featuring cozy antigravity chairs, soft music and a tranquil glow from the pink rock salt. We encourage you to try an authentic European beer bath in the Beer Spa while overlooking the Trans Canada Trail and sipping a beverage.
  • Stop into Serenity Country Candles for a peaceful shopping experience or explore home décor and more at Your Home Your Story, in the heart of one...

Bell Homestead in the winter

Wrapped Up in Brantford’s History

Posted on Tuesday, December 07, 2021 04:12 PM

  • Start your day with a tour of the Bell Homestead National Historic Site, celebrating the history of Brantford, “The Telephone City”. This is where, in 1874, Alexander Graham Bell conceived the invention of the telephone and made the first long distance call from Brantford to Paris. Enjoy a coffee and baked goods at The Exchange Café and before you go be sure to visit The Phone Booth Museum Store to shop for fun, vintage gifts and souvenirs.
  • A short drive will bring you to lunch at Hudson Public...

Two people looking at an exhibit at Woodland Cultural Centre

Connect with Culture – A Weekend in Brantford

Posted on Tuesday, November 02, 2021 10:42 AM

  • Begin your trip with a visit to Woodland Cultural Centre and take a self-guided tour through their museum and galleries. Woodland Cultural Centre serves to preserve, protect and celebrate Indigenous history, art, language and culture. Admission tickets can be pre-booked online.
  • Enjoy dinner at Hudson Public Kitchen & Bar, the newest restaurant addition to the heart of downtown Brantford. Enjoy their warm and inviting atmosphere, nestled beside Harmony Square and nearby unique local shops including...

Bell Homestead on a sunny day

Hometown Heroes: Artists and Inventors

Posted on Tuesday, November 02, 2021 09:00 AM

  • The Bell Homestead National Historic Site celebrates the history of Brantford, “The Telephone City”. This is where; in 1874, Alexander Graham Bell conceived the invention of the telephone and made the first long distance call from Brantford to Paris. Take a guided walking tour through three restored historic buildings decorated with many original Bell family artifacts and visit The Phone Booth Museum Store to shop for fun, vintage gifts and souvenirs.
  • Visit the Brantford Visitor &...

Two people clinking drinks inside Manns Distillery

Fall Flavours in Brantford

Posted on Wednesday, October 27, 2021 03:25 PM

  • Begin your Friday or Saturday adventure in Brantford with a visit to the Brantford Farmers’ Market in downtown Brantford. Established in 1848, the Brantford Farmers' Market is open year-round and offers an array of products, including: fresh local produce, a variety of meats and dairy products, delicious baked goods, seasonal plants and flowers and much more.
  • Next, travel to Strodes BBQ & Deli and visit their deli counter, which serves daily lunch specials, take-away comfort foods and warming...