Woodstock is a friendly community that gives the residents all the facilities that can enable them to live their lives to the fullest. It’s a friendly neighborhood, where everyone gets along well with each other.
But if this kind of peace and quiet is too much of a bore for you, then there are tons of places you haven’t been to. Woodstock is, in fact, home to famous places and monuments that you must not miss.
Unlike what you think, Woodstock is not just a place for residence. New residents will get all the facilities they need, especially the ones they could not get in their previous places of residence. It is a historic city, and, since its establishment as a town in 1951, is growing steadily.
If you are wishing for adventure, there’s tons of it here.
For those who want some fresh air and greenery, Southside Park is your jam. Plus, it has a food booth called ‘Local roots, where you can savor the yummiest delicacies, while enjoying the fresh atmosphere of the place.
Antiques have their own appeal that cannot be put into words, which is why there’s ‘One of a kind’ antique mall for those who wish to buy the goods that will give their homes the charm of the bygone eras.
You can also check out the Springbank Snow Countess, a monument that represents the area’s agricultural history. It’s dedicated to the Snow Countess, a cow known for producing the largest amount of butterfat in her entire lifetime. She is known for having held this record for the next 21 years.
For knowing more about the area’s history, you can try the ‘Woodstock museum’ where you will find out about the most important chapter-Woodstock’s involvement in the World War! You will get to see the items of the era, including the clothes worn by the people back then, and try out food samples that were rations served to the people. You will experience Woodstock as it was at the time of the war!
Famous in its own way, Woodstock is the ‘Wonderland’ you never knew!