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Six Spot Tours ‐ Westfield Village opening soon for pre‐booked tour experiences

For people looking for an outing this coming holiday weekend Westfield Heritage Village is offering a peek inside Westfield’s historic buildings Beginning August 2 & 3, each Sunday and holiday Monday, visitors will have an opportunity to do so HCA introduces a unique, carefully‐planned experience. Small groups (up to ten people from one social circle) can pre‐book a place on a “Six Spot” tour. These self‐directed tours will lead visitors to a series of six predetermined locations in the village where they will meet with Westfield’s friendly and knowledgeable costumed interpreters.

Jerseyville train station

Carefully planned with the most recent recommendations for health and safety in mind, these tours will provide, informative experiences. In keeping with current regional regulations, all those participating in the Six Spot Tours will be required to wear non‐medical masks when inside any building. Appropriate cleaning and sanitization measures are practised at Westfield for washroom facilities and common touch areas.

Westfield Doctor’s office

Westfield’s trails and picnic area are open seven days a week from 8 AM to 8 PM.

Admission prices: $15.00 per vehicle for admittance to visit the conservation area, HCA membership pass holders receive free admission to the conservation area. Six Spot Tour tickets are an additional fee of $10 per adult. There is no charge for tickets for children 17 and under, but their spots must be pre‐booked with the adult tickets. Tickets must be pre‐booked by calling Westfield Heritage Village at 519‐621‐8851. Learn more about Westfield at www.westfieldheritage.ca

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