Tours

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Deb Dalziel
Tourism & Destination Coordinator
10 East Mill Street, Elora, ON
N0B 1S0
Phone: 519.846.9691 x380
Email: Click to send email

​Elora and Fergus are filled with intriguing nooks and crannies waiting to be explored. There are many ways to enjoy our heritage towns, learn our rich history, celebrate our artists, and experience our countryside. Follow any one of these tours and discover hidden treasures past and present.

Try some of the following suggested tours:

Art Tours

Whatever the medium, whatever the weather, the varied Art Tours of Elora and Fergus offer inspirational art inside and out, on foot or by car.

Elora Culinary Walking Tour

Sample specially prepared dishes by our local restaurants and shops while learning about the history and architecture of the area.

Boat Tours

Get away from it all with Elora Raft Rides on the Grand River in the heart of Elora. Choose from bareboat hires you navigate yourself, shared rides with one of their pilots, or custom cruises with specialised entertainment. Perfect for couples, families, groups and company outings.

Group and Bus Tours

These "Step-On" tours explore local legends such as the Elora Gorge, "Little Gorge" in Fergus and the church that made Florence Nightingale a local romantic figure.

Guided Historical Walking Tours

Let our knowledgeable tour guides take you on a journey back in time. Explore the historic streets and discover our rich and colourful past. From prohibition to political intrigue, heroes to hidden treasures, you'll hear it all as you stroll along surrounded by stunning scenery and heritage architecture.

Horse Drawn Carriage Rides

Every Summer catch the carriage at the Café Creperie on Mill Street in Elora for a tour through town. Call ahead to avoid disappointment.

Self-Guided Tours

Set your own pace for these exploratory tours. Downtown Fergus features a special self guided tour of Heritage  buildings and historically significant landmarks sprinkled throughout the downtown core.

Spirit Walks

Held at the Wellington County Museum and Archives these walks explore the past and challenge the ghosts.