My wife and I have lived in the area of London, Ontario for over 20 years and have been meaning to visit this attraction for a long time. This year we finally made the visit along with my brother and we all found it very enjoyable as we find most historic sites to be. This is a nicely laid out site, which displays buildings and reflects life style situations in Southwestern Ontario from the late 1700s to the early 1900s. There is a relatively modern restaurant in an old style building and it operates for several hours from mid-morning until mid afternnoon. The food is reasonably priced and quite tasty, but unfortunately service is slow. That is not so much a staff problem as it is a visitor situation where it seems that most everyone shows up between noon and 12:30 pm, which causes quite a congested situation. I would recommend eating at 11:00 am or 1:00 pm. During our visit there was an old style baseball game with no gloves and rules from the mid-1800s. Although I am not a baseball fan the game was both comical and enjoyable. Children are welcome at this venue, but it may not be interesting for anyone under 10 years of age. Parking for this attraction is free and plentiful and the admission price is reasonable.@ $7 per person - tax included, children age 3 and under FREE. If someone wishes to visit only the Pioneer Village Café admission to Fanshawe Pioneer Village is not required. All in all it is an enjoyable experience if one enjoys historic places.
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