Unionville – What better place to enjoy a day of discovery!
History comes to life in and around the streets of Unionville. Settled in 1794, the village became a milling centre through the middle and late 1800s. It's been a hub of social and cultural importance ever since.
Start by meeting at your favourite store, restaurant or landmark. There's the Varley Art Gallery at the northwest corner of Main Street and Carlton Road. Stroll down the street to The Queen's Hotel, a treasure from 1860. At the other end of Main Street, admire the Unionville Train Station, built in 1871, and the Stiver Mill, erected in the early 1900s. Both have been protected over the years.
Parking is always free, and so are the smiles!
Landmarks along Main Street Unionville
1 Frederick Horsman Varley Art Gallery
2 Crosby Arena & Unionville Curling Club
3 Unionville Public Library
4 McKay Art Centre
5 The Queen’s Hotel
6 Veterans Memorial Building/Congressional Church
7 Millennium Bandstand
8 Planing Mill
9 Unionville Train Station
10 Stiver Mill & Farmers’ Market
Green areas on the map indicate free parking.
The Unionville Historical Society offers walking tours for different parts of the village. To learn about the routes and receive a guide in advance of your visit, email the Society:firstname.lastname@example.org