Enjoy a slice of Scotland in this Ontario town, home to historic structures, bridges and even a kissing stone. Here’s what to know about the Town of Fergus

Located just along the banks of the Grand River is Fergus, Ontario. It dates back to the 1800s as the town was officially established in 1833.

According to its website, Fergus has strong Scottish roots and its rich heritage has been preserved to this day.

Explore its historic downtown which is filled with natural limestone buildings, parks and public gardens.

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If you’re looking for picture-perfect sceneries, you’ll want to snap pictures at the Place Tower Street Bridge, Milligan Footbridge, Caldwell Bridge or Trestle Bridge.

According to Destination Ontario, these are absolutely stunning.

And don’t forget to visit the Kissing Stone. Grab your partner and seal your trip with a kiss while seated on the stone – for good luck of course.

With the scenic St. Andrew’s Mill, the Grand River nearby, and the extensive surrounding trail network, outdoor enthusiasts will have plenty to see and do.

After you’re done your adventure, make sure to check out their unique shops, and restaurants!

If you’re more interested in their Scottish heritage, visit Fergus during their annual Scottish Festival and Highland Games every summer.

You’ll have the chance to see renowned Celtic talent from around the world.

There’s lots to do in Fergus and it’s a must-visit adventure this summer.