This town may be small but you won’t want to miss checking it out!
Neustadt, a small town in Ontario’s Grey County, was once named one of the prettiest towns in Ontario and for good reason! This quaint community boasts historic stone buildings, beautiful antique shops, restaurants and a brewery with rave reviews.
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If you’re visiting Neustadt, take a stroll down Mill Street. The stone buildings on this street are part of what makes Neustadt so pretty!
First stop on Mill Street – Atelier 522! This country-style boutique is inspired by modern farmhouse living with a selection of organic lotions and potions, handmade candles, linens, ceramics, glass, and an ever-changing array of artistic curiosities.
While you’re strolling Mill Street pop into the beloved Granny’s General Store which has an ice cream bar, baked goods, and even a garden centre.
The Trail of Dreams is also located on Mill, an easy hike meant to help spark imagination. The Trail of Dream’s website describes the trail as a “magical display featuring woodland animals, gnomes and other characters greet visitors on their journey along the trail that follows Meux Creek.”
What better way to end the day than a cold pint? Neustadt has the perfect spot for one – Neustadt Springs Brewery. This brewery was established in 1859 and is reputed to be the oldest operating original brewery building in Ontario! Check out what’s on tap and grab a bite while you’re at it.
Time to start planning your visit to Neustadt, Ontario!