Wellington County Museum
Elora-Fergus Studio Tour
Pan-weekend self-guided tours visiting local artisans' workshops.
Elora Culinary Walking Tours
Sample some of Elora's culinary treats on this two-hour guided tour. Rain or shine, meet in front of the Village Olive Grove.
Elora Quarry Conservation Area
A short walk east of Elora are the possibly bottomless waters and 12m limestone cliffs of the Elora Quarry Conservation Area – a superb...
Pubby mains and cold pints of Guinness by the river. All-day breakfast fry-ups, beer-battered fish and chips, and hearty beef pies will...
Wave to the fly-fishermen on the Grand River from the shady Brewhouse patio as you weigh up the benefits of a Cheddar and Wellington ale...
Lonely Planet review
Midway between Fergus and Elora, an austere, red-roofed former 'Poor House' provided refuge for the aged and homeless for almost a century before becoming the Wellington County Museum in 1957. Historical and local modern-art exhibits extend through 12 galleries, displaying an obvious pride in local history and current culture. The centerpiece is the new 'If These Walls Could Speak' exhibit, which examines the lives of those who lived or worked there.