The Caledonia Grand Trunk Station was built in 1908 and provided passenger service until the mid 1950s, and freight, parcel, and mail service until the early 1970s.
Caledonia Grand Trunk Station
1 Grand Trunk Lane, Box 2035, Caledonia, ON N3W 2G6
Every fall, Creepy Caledonia guides brave participants through downtown Caledonia on a lantern-lit tour featuring local stories, legends, and folklore.
Creepy Caledonia Ghost Tours
151 Caithness Street East, Caledonia, ON N3W 1C2
Formely Caledonia's Town Hall and town lock up, the renovated 1857 amazing architect example of John Turner is now a museum of all things Caledonia and Haldimand. Owned and operated by Haldimand County, Edinburgh Square Heritage and Cultural Centre is home to a variety of artifacts and presents traveling historical displays.
Edinburgh Square Heritage & Cultural Centre
80 Caithness Street East, Caledonia, ON N3W 2G6
Enjoy a cruise along Southern Ontario’s largest river on one of our 3 dinner cruise boats. Our tranquil country setting is the perfect place to relax and enjoy beautiful river scenery, excellent service and delicious food.
Grand River Dinner Cruises
36 Brant County Road 22, Caledonia, ON N3W 2G9
Our patrons love the natural setting which consists of 7 acres of peaceful winding trails, ponds, and the shade of many trees. The Killman Zoo is truly one of Ontario's best-kept secrets. We have one of the largest collections of Big Cats in Ontario with 5 BIG CAT RUNS. Our spacious two acre run is complete with a pond for our big cats to enjoy.
Unity Side Road East, Caledonia, ON
Caledonia's Oasis Drive-In has served kilometers of footlong hot dogs, and tons of fresh-cut fries since it opened in 1927. Recognized as Ontario, and likely Canada's oldest Drive-In Restaurant, the Oasis is one of Caledonia's oldest family businesses.
22 Argyle Street South, Caledonia, ON