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Goderich, Canada

Goderich Main Beach

Goderich Main Beach

Main Beach is situated in the Lake Huron Shoreline in the town of Goderich. The sandy beach is a great destination for swimming and other recreational water activities like surfing etc. Particularly, for visitors who go during July and August, lifeguard patrol the beach.  The beach can be found next to the south pier by Goderich Harbour.

 


Huron County Museum

Huron County Museum

The Huron County Museum is originally home to historical and cultural exhibitions, both temporary and permanent.  Thousands of artifacts illustrate and depict the history of both our rural and urban communities in a variety of themes and topics. In the Huron County Museum, it is harmonized with past and contemporary exhibitions, each other. Permanent exhibitions feature early settlement, agriculture, military and main street galleries including a full-size steam locomotive central to the building which have each of section.  A variety of temporary exhibitions throughout the year is the result through investigating and exploring topics of local significance. The Huron County Museum offers a variety of events, activities and exhibits throughout the year to welcome the public through our doors.

 

 

Huron Histoirc Gaol

Huron Histoirc Gaol

The Huron Historic Gaol was established as the Huron County Gaol (Jail) for Upper Canada's Huron District. Clearing of the land began in Goderich. A temporary courtroom and Council Chambers were set up on the jail’s third floor. It was in this makeshift Council Chamber that the first Huron District Council meeting was held on February 8, 1842. The third floor was also used for church services and other public gatherings before proper buildings were available. The building served the dual purpose of jail and courthouse until the construction of the county courthouse was completed in 1856, in the centre of Goderich’s Market Square. The site ceased functioning as a jail serving Huron County in 1972 and inmates were then transferred to Walkerton and Stratford jails. It was designated a National Historic Site of Canada in 1973.

 

 

St. Christopher's Beach

St. Christopher's Beach

St. Christopher's Beach is a sandy beach on the shores of Lake Huron in the town of Goderich. St. Chistopher's is one of three beaches in Goderich that are connected by a wooden boardwalk. The beach is a great place for a family day trip with its pavilions, barbecues and playground as well as swimmer who want to enjoy summer outdoor activities. In addition, it also include wonderful and beautiful ocean view.

 

 

Town of Goderich

Town of Goderich

Steeped in historic charm and natural beauty, the Port of Goderich on the shore of Lake Huron, takes pride in its reputation as Canada's prettiest town and winner of multiple Communities. For example, There are lots of  Marinas, parks, beaches, walking trails, golf, fishing, special events, museums, heritage architecture and our rich maritime history being the attractions catched by visitors.

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