Goderich Travel guide
Goderich : Michelin's recommendations
This town was founded in 1828 as the terminus of the Huron Road, a right-of-way built in the early 19C to encourage settlement of southern Ontario. It was named after Lord Goderich, the British prime minister. The town is uncommonly pretty, with wide, tree-lined residential streets radiating like the spokes of a wheel from an octagonal square, surrounded by shops and restaurants. On a visit, Queen Elizabeth II called Goderich “the prettiest town in Canada.”
Tourist attractions Goderich : Things to see and do
110 North St. CDN - Goderich ON N7A 2T8
Agricultural implements, military artifacts, and furniture, among other items, are on view.
181 Victoria St. North CDN - Goderich ON N7A 2T8
Housed the county jail (gaol is the British spelling) until 1972. Visitors may enter the cells, library, kitchen, laundry room and outdoor yards. The top floor actually served as the courtroom, where sentences were handed out. Constructed in 1901, th..
Follow West St. from Court House Sq. CDN - Goderich ON
Grain products are shipped to and from port elevators, and nearly three-quarters of the rock salt from the mine is shipped from here. Small craft berth at the city marina and a fleet of tugboats service entering and exiting freighters. Occupying the ..
81175 Benmiller Line Road CDN - Goderich ON N7A 3Y1
This historic inn is located in Goderich, Ontario. The inn offers a 4-star restaurant, a full-service spa and unique guest rooms with free Wi-Fi. The Benmiller Inn & Spa features an indoor swimming pool, hot tub and sauna. Seven trails for cross-cou..