Orillia Bandstand | Orillia, ON
A point of interest on the Orillia Millennium Trail Audio Walking Tour available on the Tripvia Tours App for Android & iPhone.
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This delightful bandstand was designed by W.H. Croker and built by W.L. Bennett for $495 in 1909. It was constructed for the Orillia Citizens’ Band, later known as the Kiltie Band. The second story was enlarged in 1928.
Concerts and speeches by dignitaries could be enjoyed both in the park, and in small boats offshore from the octagonal structure. It served as a focus for social and cultural events for many years.
If there's no one using it, you should probably jump up there and give you're best rendition of God Save the Queen, or you're best William Wallace Braveheart speech.
If you speak, people will listen.
This POI is featured on the Orillia Millennium Trail Audio Walking Tour, part of the Tripvia Tours mobile app available for Android & Apple.
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Tour experience is the same in either direction.
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