Tour of Uncle Tom's Cabin
post conference day tour of uncle tom's cabin
Monday October 23, 2017 8 am – 8 pm
Uncle Tom's Cabin is one of the most poignant stops on the Ontario Underground Railroad tour. Original structures, artifacts and memoirs preserve this heritage and invite the visitor to explore the treasures that best reveal the region's history. Uncle Tom’s Cabin Historic Site displays the life story of one of history’s most famous black slaves, Rev. Josiah Henson. Henson's dramatic experiences in slavery and his abolitionist work in Canada helped make him renowned throughout the world.
8 am: Coach leaves Delta Toronto East Hotel.
12 noon: Buffet Lunch at Burn’s Restaurant, Dresden
1pm Tour of Uncle Tom’s cabin
4pm leave Dresden to return to the hotel arriving by 8 pm.
Cost: $60 (Canadian funds) per person includes coach; buffet lunch; tour.
Supper is your own expense en route home.
REGISTER by SEPTEMBER 14 by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org with your name and email address. Payment will be collected at Registration on Thursday at the conference.
Note: We will need 35 registrations for this tour to take place. You will be notified by Sept 18th if we have enough registrations.