Annual Bus Tour: Saturday, May 25 and June 8, 2019

Adventures in Loyalist Country!

Explore Napanee and Loyalist Landing Country

Explore Napanee and Loyalist Landing Country in a day-long bus tour. Visit Old Hay Bay Church, L A Archives & Museum, Fairfield-Gutzheit House and  Loyalist Museum & Interpretive Centre. 

A beautiful day’s outing, in a picture postcard setting, traveling in a modern highway bus.

Tickets and information:

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As a follow up and completion of our look at Lennox and Addington, we will be concentrating on the southern portion of LA County - The town of Napanee and the area to the south where the Loyalists landed in 1784.

Come away on Saturday, May 25 or Sat. June 8 for a day of fun and exploration in a luxury Franklin touring coach, and hear all about pioneer life in Loyalist Country, as only Orland French can describe it.  

In the morning we will take the Glenora Ferry to the mainland to visit Old Hay Bay Church and then head up to Napanee to visit the fine Lennox and Addington Museum and Archives facility. En route to our lunch stop we will take a guided tour of significant locations in Napanee, many of which relate to Sir John A. Macdonald’s days in that community.  

After lunch we will head out of town and south to the villages of Bath and Adolphustown–prime Loyalist Country. We will enjoy a tour of Fairfield-Gutzheit House with all its original Loyalist furnishings. With so much to see in Bath, we will have an onboard guide to point out significant historic sites.  We will stop at the Loyalist Resource Centre in Adolphustown before heading back to Belleville.

Your $70 ticket includes a comfortable touring coach ride, lots of fun, loads of new information and a delicious lunch.  Book early as these tours always sell out fast!