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Monday, August 3, 2020
 
 

Virtual tours allow us the opportunity to explore the following historically significant sites.

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For more information on historic sites in the area please visit the Historic Sites section of this website.

 
Sandwich First Baptist Church, 3652 Peter Street
 
Tour the interior of the oldest black church in Canada, built in 1840.
 
 
St. John’s Anglican Church Cemetery, 3305 Sandwich Street
 
Tour the first integrated cemetery in the area.
 
 
To view a list of some of the individuals of African descent who were baptized or buried at St. John’s Anglican Church prior to 1820 please click here.
 
British Methodist Episcopal Church, 685 University Avenue
 
Tour the interior of the British Methodist Episcopal Church which features the pipe organ moved from the churches original location on McDougall Street.
 
 
The Tower of Freedom Monument, Pitt Street
 
Tour the site of the Tower of Freedom Monument and the surrounding area which used to be part of the historic McDougall Street Corridor Neighbourhood.
 
 

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