Cullen Gardens and Miniature Village

Cullen Gardens and Miniature Village


Whitby, Canada (CA)
Cullen Gardens & Miniature Village was a popular tourist attraction in Whitby, Ontario, Canada. Officially opened in May 1980 by founder Len Cullen and his wife, Connie, the Gardens were a major tourist attraction in Durham Region for 25 years.

On 1 January 2006, Cullen Gardens and Miniature Village closed.

The miniature Village is no longer in existence at the site and the model buildings were sold to the nearby City of Oshawa for a quarter of a million Canadian dollars. Oshawa later put them up for sale gain rather than opening an attraction of its own, citing budgetary austerity.
Cullen Gardens & Miniature Village was a popular tourist attraction in Whitby, Ontario, Canada. Officially opened in May 1980 by founder Len Cullen and his wife, Connie, the Gardens were a major tourist attraction in Durham Region for 25 years.

On 1 January 2006, Cullen Gardens and Miniature Village closed.

The miniature Village is no longer in existence at the site and the model buildings were sold to the nearby City of Oshawa for a quarter of a million Canadian dollars. Oshawa later put them up for sale gain rather than opening an attraction of its own, citing budgetary austerity.
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Links: en.wikipedia.org
By: kjfitz

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