Where can one ride an old-fashioned Penny Farthing Bicycle and dress in 1860ís attire? Thatís just one of the experiences awaiting visitors who visit Upper Canada Village. Located on the banks of the St. Lawrence River, the village has more then 40 heritage buildings built on 60 acres of land. Visitors can talk to costumed interpreters who bridge the past to the present with their demonstrations of life in the year 1866. Key Records spoke with two of the villageís historical interpreters, Warren Betts the Sawmill Sawyer and Patrick Taylor, who worked as one of the villageís Blacksmiths

For more information visit for details. www.UpperCanadaVillage.com

Video recorded September 7th 2009 in Morrisburg, Ontario, Canada.