Welcome to the Adelaide Hunter Hoodless Homestead, A National Historic Site of Canada

Join us for our 8th Annual Easter at Addie’s Event on Good Friday, April 15th from 10AM- 2PM. 

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Welcome to the Adelaide Hunter Hoodless Homestead National Historic Site

Purchased by the Federated Women’s Institute of Canada (FWIC) in 1959 and established as a museum in the 1960s, the Homestead now serves as a historic house museum and the national office for the FWIC. 

The historic house depicts the life of a farming family in rural Canada West much like the childhood Adelaide had growing up on this farmstead.

Following the Ontario Government’s Ministry of Health and the County of Brant protocols for COVID-19, starting Monday, July 26, 2021 onsite tours will be available at The Adelaide Hunter Hoodless Homestead  by appointment only.  Call 519-448-3873 or email us at info@adelaidehoodless.ca. 

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