This 1866 historical village is so well done. It is hard to imagine anyone not being impressed. There are countless buildings to see, most staffed with a knowledgeable costumed guide who is willing to answer questions and provide demonstrations; you will see enacted things you've often read about, like spinning wool, milling flour, smithing tin, carving furniture, and much more. There is such a feeling of authenticity; you can watch bread and cheese being made and later buy some in the gift shop (I highly recommend this!). Allow a full day. Check the website for deals; when we were there they were offering free tickets to Fort Henry with the Upper Canada visit.