The Adelaide Hunter Hoodless National Historic Site
Built in 1830 by John Bray and purchased by the Hunter family in 1851, the Homestead was the family home for the Hunter's until 1906. The property remained in private ownership until 1959 when the FWIC purchased the home along with three of the original 140 acres to preserve and operate as a museum dedicated to depicting Victorian farm life and Adelaide Hunter Hoodless' childhood in rural Ontario.
We are open for tours by appointment only and will follow the Government of Ontario Ministry of Health's protocols. Special seasonal events will be planned year-round.
Due to the Ontario Government Covid-19 regulations that came into effect on Sept. 22, 2021 the Brant County Health Unit has determined that proof of 2nd vaccination is required to access the Adelaide Hunter Hoodless Homestead.
Covid -19 screening and protocals will be in place. Thank you for complying with this regulation.
To Book your Homestead Tour call: 519-448-3873
or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
We are a non-profit charitable Organization. Donations are appreciated.
Charitable tax receipts are issued for donations over $25.00
Homestead Tour Bookings
Call ahead to Pre-Book Your Tour
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WI Members: $4.00
Child (6-12): $2.50
Child (5 and under): FREE
Friends of Addie: FREE
Family (2 Adults & up to 4 Children) $14.00
Friends of Addie Membership
Form is available here. Press the pdf icon.
You can pay for individual memberships here.
Addie's Group of Friends, please contact the Homestead
519-448-3873 or email email@example.com
Educate a boy and you educate an individual;
educate a girl and you educate a family.
~ Adelaide Hoodless
To preserve, protect and interpret the story of Adelaide, the Hunter family and the rural domestic experience. Our mission is ‘to enhance the lives of individuals, their families and their communities by promoting the ideals of Adelaide Hunter Hoodless’ through learning and experiential opportunities. Please see our vision for future plans.
To create an engaging historic site for our visitors while inspiring an appreciation for the past and its contribution to our future.