Oxford County has finely released its one of a kind Cheese Trail – a guide to all the specialty stores, museums, and restaurants that offer unique and cheese-y experiences in Canada’s dairy capital.
It’s exciting times for a cheese lover in Ontario. There’s a renaissance in artisan cheese production happening here like no other. We’ve got dairies and artisans commited to producing the best, most delicious cheese in the world cropping up all over the place.
No where is this more true than in Oxford County.
At its peak, in the 1800s there were 98 separate cheese factories in Oxford County. While the region doesn’t boast these numbers today, the history–alongside many still operational artisan and large corporate cheese makers–still remains.
Curd on the street is the trail has 15 ooey-gooey stops ranging from cheese-making classes at Gunn’s Hill to exhibits on butter and cheese making at the Ingersoll Cheese & Agriculture Museum!
Discover the unique cheese-obsessed experiences along the Oxford County Cheese Trail below–or pick one up along the route to learn more!
… In queso you’re curious, we’ll brie heading down that whey for a gouda time soon!