Local Attractions


The Pantry Shelf, 90 Main Street, Hillsburgh, ON (519) 855-6378

1:00 PM
$20 per person*

Visit the Pantry Shelf and enjoy soup, a choice of Quiche or meat pie, salad, and one of their famous butter tarts.

Reserve and pay at the box office with any Sunday matinee Ticket.

* Includes tax. Gratuities not included.

In addition to seeing a great theatre production, we suggest the following local attractions to add interest to your visit.

  • Hillsburgh House by the Pond Bed and Breakfast is right next door to the theatre, on the scenic Hillsburgh pond
  • The Teak Barn lies a few kilometres south, on Hwy 124, with indoor and outdoor furniture, and a gift and home décor boutique.
  • The Hills of Erin Studio Tour takes place for two weekends in September each year. You can spend an enjoyable day touring the studios and enjoying the Fall colours, and come to the theatre in the evening.
  • Five minutes from the theatre is Everdale Environmental Centre, with exhibits of organic gardening and farming, an eco-friendly straw-bale house full of energy-saving ideas, a make-your-own-bio-diesel production unit, and a shop for organic produce.
  • 7 km away is the charming village of Erin, with its specialty clothing, home decor and antique shops, and restaurants.
  • Casual fine dining is available at David’s Restaurant, 20 Shamrock Road, Erin, ON (519)  833-5085. David’s Banquet Room can accommodate larger groups, and is ideal for your theatre visits. Reservations are recommended.
  • Judy’s Restaurant, Hwy 24 at Trafalgar Road Brisbane, ON (519) 833-1022. A friendly, family restaurant just 7 km south of the theatre.
  • Foodland, 108 Main Street Hillsburgh, ON (519) 855-4512. Hillsburgh’s excellent supermarket, a short walk north of the theatre, can supply deli, and hot or cold take-out, for a quick meal or picnic lunch across the road in Hillsburgh Historical Park.
  • Enjoy a round of golf at Guelph Lakes Golf and Country Club, a great supporter of this theatre. Hwy 124, just west of the city of Guelph.
  • Ride the Credit Valley Explorer. Departing from downtown Orangeville, your journey will transport you through some of southern Ontario’s most scenic countryside. Have lunch on the train, stop and shop in historic villages, and much more.