About Millbrook
Millbrook, a unique village where history lives on in turn-of-the-century charm, has a quaint downtown offering gift & book shops, hardware & grocery stores, Canada Post, TD Canada Trust, LCBO, a Medical & Dental center & more. It's a village whose friendly people embrace a growing community of professional artists who have chosen this beautiful valley to call their home. It's home to the acclaimed 4th Line Theatre, one of Canada's premier outdoor theatre companies that attracts thousands of theatre lovers to the area every summer. Millbrook is "a green and pleasant land", serving as a lively centre for the surrounding country-side and hosting one of Ontario's oldest country fairs.

You will find everything you need in our village. We have summer markets and festivals, restaurants and bed & breakfasts, galleries and grocery stores. So come and find out for yourself what makes the Village in the Valley unique.
Come visit Millbrook! A Green & Pleasant Land
Treat your senses to the sights, sounds and tastes of Millbrook...Click to read more - plan to attend one of the many festivals hosted throughout the spring, summer, and fall, beginning with MapleFest in April.

For a cool walk in the shady woods, take the path leading from the mill pond up to Medd's Mountain Conservation Area. The entire area south of the village contains passive-use park space and trout streams, all awaiting the intrepid explorer. And only a bit further a-field lies the Ganaraska Forest, 10,000 acres of forest interlaced with miles of hiking and biking trails, transformed into groomed cross-country and snowmobile trails in the winter with a maintained link to the village. And all within 90 minutes drive from Toronto!
Where History Comes Alive
Imagine sitting in the twilight of a warm summer day with a full moon rising from behind a distant hill. A gang of torch-bearing vigilantes thunder towards you on horseback, setting fire to shacks as settlers flee in terror.

The 4th Line Theatre "is like nothing you've experienced before". Established on a farm that has been in the family of the artistic director for more than a century, this nationally-recognized outdoor theatre hosts a full summer of regionally-based historical dramas, drawing you into a unique theatrical environment where the stage stretches to the horizon.