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3 Best Landmarks in Halton Hills, ON

Expert recommended Top 3 Landmarks in Halton Hills, ON. All of our landmarks actually face a rigorous 50-Point Inspection, which includes everything from checking reviews, ratings, reputation, history, complaints, satisfaction, trust and cost to the general excellence. You deserve only the best!

HERITAGE ACTON TOWN HALL

19 Willow Street North, Acton, Halton Hills, ON L7J 1Z6 DIRECTIONS

Since 1883

Here’s The Deal:
Heritage Acton Town Hall is a historic site that boasts new facilities with antique charm and hosts many activities every month. It is a historic building and theatre in Acton, Ontario, lovingly renovated by Heritage Acton, a non-profit organization of volunteers. The City Fathers designed Acton Town Hall, who decided that it was necessary to be made open for the Council and the community. The Town Hall was opened with a grand ball and remained the hub of Acton’s social life for over 80 years. Their mission is to offer a beautiful, historic gathering place, a vibrant part of their diverse community.

SPECIALTY:
Movie Nights, Fundraising Events, Sweet 16, Holiday and Anniversary Parties, Bridal Showers, Art and Trade Shows, Town Hall, Auction Sales, Dance Clubs, Graduations, Bazaars, Meetings, Retirements & Weddings

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actontownhallcentre.ca

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DEVEREAUX HOUSE

11494 Trafalgar Road, Georgetown, Halton Hills, ON L7G 3P8 DIRECTIONS

Since 1860

Here’s The Deal:
The Devereaux House is a historic farmhouse that includes Victorian architecture built in the 1860s by original settlers of Esquesing Township. It is located on the west side of Trafalgar Road, north of Maple. Its design and setting embody the rural heritage that is fast disappearing from their region. It is a typical 19th century "Ontario Farmhouse" with its combination of gothic and classical features and different brick colours to create a decorative pattern and overall symmetry. It sits on land that was a working farm from 1829 to the 1970's passing from generation to generation of one family. The house is now rented out for special events.

SPECIALTY:
Historical House, Photo Gallery, Family Celebrations, Weddings, Historic Farmhouse, Shops, Formal Dining, Meeting, Architecture Building, Corporate Events, Flexible Room Arrangements & Preservation

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devereauxhouse.ca

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HALTON HILLS PUBLIC LIBRARY

9 Church Street, Georgetown, Halton Hills, ON L7G 2A3 DIRECTIONS

Since 1895

Here’s The Deal:
The Halton Hills Public Library is located in the Georgetown Public Library since 1895. Three years later, the Acton Public Library opened its doors. The two libraries operated separately until 1974, when they merged and became the Halton Hills Public Library. The 9,000 square foot library building received LEED Gold Certification for its use of environmentally friendly construction materials and its geothermal heating and cooling system. A library card costs five cents, and a printed list of the books in the library costs another ten. Members could borrow one book at a time, and overdue fines were charged at the rate of five cents per day. There were additional charges for turning down the corners of pages, marking or defacing books.

SPECIALTY:
Teen Lounge Area, Books, Two Small Meeting/Study Rooms, Adult Programs, Business Directories, Public Library, Phone Books, Meetings, Four Quiet Study Rooms, Genealogy, Local History Room, Children’s Program Room, Periodicals, Room Rentals, Outdoor Programs, Wireless Internet Access, Government Publications & 17 Internet Stations

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hhpl.on.ca/en/index.aspx

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Mon: 1pm - 8:30pm
Tue-Thu: 9:30am - 8:30pm
Fri & Sat: 9:30am - 5pm
Sun: Closed

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