Come Wander
I'm a Creative Cruiser

I’m a Creative Cruiser.  I wander with a desire to feed my curiosity, to follow my passions, and to grow from my discoveries. I want to challenge myself and expand my mind by unearthing the history and culture of a region, exploring the natural environment, or learning a new skill. You will find me traveling among the artist studios, learning their story and taking in their unique creations. What makes my travels even better? If I am able to get my hands dirty and make my very own piece of artwork to take home with me.

Are you a Creative Cruiser? Or another type of Wanderer? What do you seek on your travels? Click here to discover your own Inner Wanderer.


Ground to Glass

Discover how four craft drink makers harness Mother Nature’s flavours to elevate their beverages in Ontario’s Highlands.

5 Senses of Nature

Leave the city behind and immerse yourself in the natural charm of Ontario’s Highlands.

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I’m a Creative Cruiser. I wander with a desire to feed my curiosity, to follow my passions, and to grow from my discoveries.

Where Am I

Explore the sweet moments and ageless beauty of Perth, Ontario.

Hidden Gems

Charming museums in Ontario’s Highlands.

Where Am I?

Visit the Petawawa Heritage Village, where you can step back in time and explore the lives of those who wandered long ago.

Where Am I?

Discover a rich history and an even richer geology at the Beryl Pit in the Ottawa Valley.

Where Am I?

Discover breathtaking beauty blasted from the Earth at Marmora Mine in Ontario’s Highlands.

3 Ways to See 5,000 Stars

Escape the city lights and venture into Ontario’s Highlands and pick one of these 3 of the stargazing locations in the region.

Where Am I?

Discover the story of the earth at the Bonnechere Caves in Eganville, Ontario.

Locals Know Best: Art & Culture

When it comes to finding the best spots for satisfying your wandering mind and learning about the vibrant culture in Ontario’s Highlands, there’s no better way to uncover hidden gems than to turn to the locals.