Plan Your Visit
In addition to visiting the Spencerville Mill & Museum (click here for hours of operation), you can also plan to enjoy the picturesque local countryside. Consider some of the suggested trips below:
Step Back in Time for the Weekend
Visit historic South Grenville, home to Upper Canada’s first Lieutenant Governor, and step into another time for a relaxing weekend on the St. Lawrence River. Take in heritage sites such as Fort Wellington, the grounds of the Battle of the Windmill and the Spencerville Mill & Museum. Tour the Homewood Museum and learn about the Jones family. Enjoy two nights at the remarkable Blue Heron Inn in Prescott and dinner for two at The Red George Pub – home to the old Wiser distillery.
From the Grindstone to the Gilded Age
Follow the development of Upper Canada from its settlement, through a heritage gristmill in Spencerville, into the political turmoil of the 1800’s at Homewood Museum and into the golden age of Edwardian style at Fulford Place, where a private guided tour for two awaits led by a period-costumed docent. Enjoy a one-night stay at the historic Colonel’s Inn and enjoy a dinner for two at The Red George Pub. Admission, accommodations, breakfast and dinner included for just $177. Note: Homewood Museum open Wednesday to Sunday from June 15 to September 4.
The Millers' Circuit
Visit the historic mills of Delta, Spencerville and Manotick, while staying at the Denaut Mansion Country Inn on a Wednesday night from May through September.