An event every week that begins at 12:00am on Friday, repeating until August 25, 2017
Friday Nights in July and August, starting at 6:30 pm
Macaulay Heritage Park
The tour begins at Macaulay Heritage Park in Picton.
Reverend Wm. Macaulay is credited with giving Picton its name. Alongside a costumed guide, walk through the grounds of his pleasant estate and the neigbouring graveyard at his historic church, the former St. Mary
Magdalene (now a museum).
The tour will make its way to the nearby courthouse. Explore the exercise yards, the jail cells and gallows
where two local men infamously were hanged in 1884. Some still say they were innocent.
Macaulay Heritage Park,
35 Church Street, Picton
Admission: $10 per person
Amenities: parking, picnic area, washroom, dogs on leash allowed, partial accessibility, stroller friendly except for interior portion of tour