These hotels are well situated, close to the Black Creek Pioneer Village and provide clean and  comfortable accommodation to guests visiting the area.

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Our Editor's Top 3 Picks

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Book from ~$199 CAD
Great customer service and location, but some concerns with breakfast selection
The smoke-free Residence Inn is my first choice for a reasonably-priced hotel near the Black Creek museum. It is only a 6-minute drive to the museum and also reachable by public transit in only 11 minutes. It's very highly rated online by guests who have liked the staff, location and rooms. It offers Wi-Fi, parking and breakfast included in the room rate, and has a pool, hot tub and fitness centre on site. There's no on-site restaurant, but a few reachable on foot in 7 minutes. All guest rooms are actually suites with separate living areas and full kitchens. Close by are Vaughan Mills Shopping Centre (7-minute drive) and Canada's Wonderland (12-minute drive).
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Book from ~$125 CAD
Great customer service and rooms, some concerns with surrounding area
This smoke-free hotel is another good option, only 5 minutes to the museum, but costs a little more (on the day I compared). Also well-liked for value, staff and its spacious rooms with kitchenettes (some are refurbished). It has received good ratings online. There's no restaurant on site, but a couple within a 2-minute walk of the hotel. Other hotel amenities include a fitness centre and 24-hr convenience store plus on-site laundry. Freebies include: Wi-Fi, breakfast, parking, airport shuttle and dinner Monday to Thursday which bring the room price down when factored in. 
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Book from ~$97 CAD
Southwest Vaughan hotel near Vaughan Mills mall with jacuzzi suites and free breakfast
This is a good budget option for accessing the Black Pioneer Village, about a 9-minute drive to the museum and also reachable in 16 minutes with public transit. It is well-liked by guests for value, its location close to highways and shopping (a 10-minute drive to the mall), and friendly staff. It has a restaurant on site that serves delicious food (I'm told), and is also within a 5-minute walk of other restaurant choices. There's a fitness centre on site, but no pool. All rooms come with a mini-fridge and microwave, and Wi-Fi, parking and breakfast are included in the room rate.

The 7 Closest Hotels to Black Creek Pioneer Village

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Book from ~$83 CAD
Just off Highway 400, free continental breakfast, good rates, clean but dated rooms
Location
Located at the busy intersection of Steeles and the Highway 400 off-ramp in an industrial and commercial neighbourhood, the Super 8 Motel is a 5-minute drive from Black Creek Pioneer Village.
Getting Around: Public Transit
Guests can take TTC bus #10 for a 9-minute travel time (including some walking) to this venue.
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Book from ~$95 CAD
Budget-friendly, free breakfast, good staff, clean rooms, 1 minute from Hwy 400
Location
This business hotel, nestled among other hotels in a business and commercial area of North York, is just a 5-minute drive from Black Creek Village.
Getting Around: Public Transit
Public transit is available, but may include a lengthy walk. TTC bus #35 along Jane Street drops you out front of the venue, but is a 10-minute walk from the hotel. Total travel time is approximately 16 minutes.
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Book from ~$157 CAD
Caters to business travellers and families visiting Canada's Wonderland
Location
Just north of Toronto, in the city of Vaughan, this Courtyard hotel is surrounded by big-box stores just off Highway 400 and is a 6-minute drive from Black Creek Village.
Getting Around: Public Transit
The #20, run by YRT, gets guests within a 4-minute walk of Black Creek Village and takes a total of approximately 15 minutes.
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Book from ~$90 CAD
Highly praised Toronto-North York hotel with well-equipped rooms, indoor pool & restaurant
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Book from ~$86 CAD
Budget friendly with free Internet, parking, and breakfast
Location
Surrounded by other hotels in this North York business and industrial neighbourhood, this Comfort Inn is a 5-minute drive from the Village.
Getting Around: Public Transit
TTC bus #99 is an approximate 5-minute walk from the hotel and guests can transfer to the #35 taking them directly to Black Creek Village. Total travel time is approximately 18 minutes.
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Book from ~$125 CAD
Clean and well-equipped rooms, but concerns with parking and price of breakfast
Location
Located on the busy Highway 7 in Vaughan, this Hilton is a 6-minute drive from Black Creek Village.
Getting Around: Public Transit
YRT bus #20 is available at the doorstep of the hotel and takes guests within a 5-minute walk of the venue. Total travel time is approximately 11 minutes.
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Book from ~$134 CAD
Highly praised southwest Vaughan hotel an 8 min drive to Vaughan Mills with indoor pool
Location
Situated in a new commercial development in Vaughan, the Homewood Suites is an approximate 10-minute drive from Black Creek Village.
Getting Around: Public Transit
The stop for YRT bus #20 is an approximate 7-minute walk from the hotel and drops guests a 5-minute walk from Black Creek Village. Total travel time is approximately 18 minutes.
Black Creek Pioneer Village
Nov 16, 2014
by Nicole M., Editor
Location
Situated in northwest Toronto, across the street from York University, Black Creek Pioneer Village overlooks the Black Creek River and is a throwback to the olden days of yore by maintaining dress, traditions, recreational activities and buildings of the 19th century. Run by the Toronto and Region Conservation Authority, the museum is regularly attended by children on school-supervised field trips, families and history buffs interested in learning the ways of early Ontario settlers.

Admission fees are $15 for adults, $11 for children (ages 5 to 14) and $14 for students with photo ID.
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Getting Around
Black Creek Village is within easy access of Toronto's highways. The 407 series highway is a 7-minute drive north, while Highway 400 is an 8-minute drive west and Highway 401 is a 12-minute drive south. The Toronto Pearson International Airport (YYZ) is a 16-minute drive away, while downtown Toronto can be reached in an approximate 40-minute drive.

Public transit throughout Toronto is readily accessible and the #60 bus can be taken from Finch Station, or the #35 bus from Jane Station. A single-ride fare is $3, but an unlimited-use day pass can be purchased for $10.75. For more fare or schedule information, visit the Toronto Transit Commission website.

Also available north of Toronto is York Region Transit (YRT / Viva). Fares start at $3.75 within the first zone of travel, and go up to $4.75 into the second zone. Transfers from the YRT to TTC are not accepted and a new fare must be paid. 
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Parking
Parking is available on site for guests at the rate of $7 per car.
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Dining
The on-site Historic Brewery Restaurant & Pub is open daily during the museum's busy seasons, June throughout October and for most of the month of December. During the months of May and November, it opens on weekends only. The museum hosts special meals throughout the year including Thanksgiving and Christmas dinners, for which reservations are required. 

The Event Pavillion Snack Bar & Barbecue is open daily from July 1st to Sept 1st, and weekends only, in September and October.

With a focus on living sustainably, Black Creek Pioneer Village sources locally grown food for their restaurants and events, and they also host events that promote local food and beverage producers. On site, a historic brewery creates and sells craft beer.

There are several gardens at the historic village including: The Weaver's Shop Dye Garden, The Herb Garden, The Doctor's Medicinal Garden and the Kitchen Garden with a mixture of fruit, herbs and vegetables. Also on site is an apple orchard growing several old, historic apple varieties.
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Entertainment
The Black Creek Pioneer Village hosts weekly events that match up with an historical theme. For a full calendar of events, visit their website.

Visitors can learn to spin, weave, quilt and even dance as the early settlers did, and there are barnyard animals to visit on site.

Family workshops, birthday parties, corporate events and even weddings can be booked at the village.

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