Bronte Village - In beautiful Bronte Harbour

Description

Bronte BIA or Business Improvement represents about 200 small independent businesses owners within a small tourist area on Lake Ontario.

At Home in Bronte invites locals only (for now) outside to walk, push and cycle to Bronte Heritage Waterfront Park and surrounding businesses to see – and use – 50 professionally painted Muskoka chairs now installed.

The art installation is safely spaced out, free and available any time, during any weather.

Secret: Each art chair has a hidden lighthouse icon waiting to be discovered.

Take a photo of yourself in the chairs and share @BronteEvents on Facebook and Instagram.

Take a self-guided walking touring of the waterfront district, which is home to unique locally owned and operated restaurants, retailers and service providers. Bronte is accessible by foot, bike, car, and local public transit. Read more about parking on the website before you head out.

This program is a great addition to the Town of Oakville’s Ready, Set, Spring outdoor programming that encourages residents to get outside, get active, and stay local – safely. Note: Thanks to the Town of Oakville staff, Fisherman's Wharf washrooms are open and cleaned regularly.



Summer

Explore the picturesque Village of Bronte, founded in 1834, on the shores of Lake Ontario in Oakville, Hwy 25 at Lakeshore Rd. W. south off the QEW. Stroll or bike along the Bronte Heritage Trail, shop at one-of-a-kind boutiques, dine at 5-star to casual restaurants, harbourside patios or picnic with great take-out. Soak up the lakeside, walk, bike, kayak, paddleboard and canoe, sail, fish or simply relax at a spa or wellness centre.

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  • Wheelchair Accessible : Yes

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