Three great family activities to enjoy in Perth

The modern and friendly community of Perth enjoys the old-world charm. Its gothic architecture, with modern infrastructure and technology, tells the tales of Perth’s glamorous history. The lakes and ponds, surrounded by mauve and crimson blossoms, speak of the town’s tranquility.

Paint Ball and Laser Tag
Frontline Paintball and Laser Tag

Perth boasts a kind of life that keeps you connected with the modern world and close to Mother Nature. To make the most of your trip to Perth with your family, here we have picked 3 activities you can’t miss here.

Frontline Paintball and Laser Tag
Frontline’s Open, Private and Scenario games are all you need for a memorable family picnic!

Get out on to the field with Frontline Private, Open and Scenario games. Worried about the impact of paintball? You can choose SplatMaster or Laser Tag for less intensive, but equally joyful gaming experience. Elders, kids, partners, and everyone among your loved ones can enjoy gaming in the 99% injury-free, safe and clean environment offered by Frontline.

When making this list, we prioritized your safety! Frontline has been providing paintball, laser tag, airsoft and other gaming equipment in Newfoundland since 19 years. Don’t know how to play? Don’t worry! The air smiths, marker technicians, and professionally trained referees will make sure to teach you all the basics, bringing you fun and safety. 

Looking for something outdoors? Frontline has countless outdoor field options. The outdoor field in Perth is a 30-minutes drive away from the resort, at 127 Industrial Avenue, Almonte. 

Whether you are 5 or 55, Frontline’s paintball and laser tag is all you need to make your birthday memorable. The birthday packages also include water, plates, juices, pizza and more.

Heritage Museum
Carleton Place and Beckwith Heritage Museum

Excited? Here’s more. You can enjoy private games, open and scenario games, or stag & stagette with your family. You can get the discounted packages or choose from a variety of indoor and outdoor games to make it a fun-filled activity for your family. Get more information by calling the Frontline Paintball and Laser Tag at (613) 256-7386.

Carleton Place and Beckwith Heritage Museum
Discover the history of the communities of Carleton Place and Beckwith, and learn stories on your guided tour that will engage and inspire you.

A heritage site that speaks of the city’s historical grandeur, Carleton Place, and Beckwith Heritage Museum is your ultimate stop to know about the town’s history. It’s communal culture and historical collection date back to the old times of Canada. There’s so much to explore that you need to reserve a whole day to make the most of your tour.

The Carleton Place and Beckwith Historical Society is responsible for managing the historical site. It was opened in 1985, as Victoria School Museum. The name was later changed in 2011, to justify its wide range of collection.

The main floor of Carleton Place and Beckwith Heritage Museum has an entire exhibition gallery, chronicling every detail of the town’s history. It has remains of ships that sailed from Greenock in 1815 and woollen mill machinery of the 1860s. The plough tips, machine joints, agricultural tools, heating devices and a lot more has been exhibited here.

With more than 10,000 artifacts, including straw splitter of 1896 and tent peg of 1893, Carleton Place and Beckwith Heritage Museum has environmentally-controlled storage unit accessible to the professionally trained staff only. The museum features an artifact every month, which are displayed with their history notes to educate you. If you want a more dedicated tour, then the tour guide will thoroughly educate you about the museum.

The museum also hosts weekly and monthly events such as vintage clothing sales or storytelling sessions. The museum offers membership, which allows you to get involved in inspiring historical sessions held here. History is alive in Carleton Place and Beckwith Heritage Museum. It is located 19-minutes away from the resort. Get more information by calling at (613) 253-7013.

Port Elmsley Drive-in Theatre
Enjoy Movies with Your Family from the Comfort of Your Car!

Step back into the traditional ‘watch movie in your car’ trend at Port Elmsley Drive-in Theatre. On 6th June 1933, the world’s first drive-in theater opened in New Jersey. Just a few years later, William Elmsley Drive-in Theatre was opened by Bill Williams. 

Spend a starry, breezy night under the sky with your favorite movies playing on state-of-the-art digital projection. Port Elmsley Drive-in Theatre has been renovated by the Bird family to make it an unforgettable experience for you. 

Drive In Theatre
Port Elmsley Drive-in Theatre

Port Elmsley Drive-in Theatre has introduced new prices as well. Now, you can get tickets of one movie at full price, or tickets to two movies at half price. Get munchies for the kids or gorge on the freshly grilled or fried meals. Grab popcorns for a lighter lunch or satisfy your sweet tooth with ice cream. You can bring portable beds and blankets, or even chairs to enjoy the movie in your own way.

During May and June, Port Elmsley Drive-in Theatre hosts movie nights on the weekends. From June 30th to September 3rd, the theater will be open 7 days a week. Port Elmsley Drive-in Theatre has located 22-minutes away from the resort. Want any other information? Get in touch with our staff at (613) 267 7772.