The Sydenham River flows directly through the downtown of Wallaceburg, Ontario and with abundant docking facilities, Wallaceburg is definitely a boaters’ destination. Wallaceburg is a quiet and charming town of approximately eleven thousand inhabitants nestled on the banks of the Sydenham River and within a fifteen minute drive of Lake St. Clair and the St. Clair River.
The Wallaceburg and District Museum at 505 King Street, depicts industrial and cultural aspects of the area with displays of artifacts from the 19th and 20th centuries. The museum contains collections of Lee-Enfield rifles and hand blown glass as well as a room containing items manufactured exclusively in the area.
Over three days in August Wallaceburg hosts WAMBO, Canada’s foremost transportation display featuring hundreds of antique vehicles, trucks, planes, motorcycles and boats. The town of Wallaceburg celebrates with music, entertainment, and booths serving refreshments, food and souvenirs. Wallaceburg is a short drive from several border crossings into the United States and a ferry service provides a quick day trip into the area for dining or shopping.
The Acorn Dinner Theatre has been providing quality entertainment for over fourteen years.
Wallaceburg, a beautiful town on the banks of the Sydenham River, has a rich and unique heritage... Learn about our...