Saturday, June 27, 2015

Fairy Tour 2015: Sanctuary and Museum

Just one week until our summer open house!

If you're near on July 4th, 2015 pop in for a visit.

Pixie Hill is located in Brighton, Ontario Canada.
Our address is 134 Bullis Rd.

Here's the run down....

For the duration of the summer, Pixie Hill will henceforth be a Fairy Sanctuary and Very Small Museum. You can be the first to peek and poke around the place on July 4th, 11 - 4.

Inside, visitors can peek at the showroom, see some magical arty things, and view some fairy specimens.

Outside, visitors can roam the lawn and spy the little homes and encampment that provide a safe heaven for pixie, fairies and other wee folk.

We have fairies that have traveled far and wide to take advantage of our 'catch-free zone'.

During our open house event you can:

• Participate in a visual scavenger hunt.
• Obtain a fairy name
• Make a wish
• Create something nifty
• Collect fairy mail**
• Visit the art and craft showroom
• See fairy artifacts
• Receive a very important award

**IMPORTANT: Requests for personalized fairy mail must be received by June 30th.
Email HERE

My friend and fellow artist Marc Bourdon will be joining me this year
 and offering face painting for a small fee.

The open house is free to attend, but donations are appreciated.
ALL ages are welcome and bringing children is not a requirement ;)

Cash, or credit cards are accepted for showroom purchases.
We do not take debit (though you could etransfer if in a pinch).

Can't join us on July 4th? No problem, the sanctuary will (mostly) be set up throughout the summer. If you have kids that don't like hustle and bustle, you are absolutely welcome to arrange a quiet, private visit. It's no trouble at all, but 24 hours notice is appreciated.


Note: Pixie Hill is not a park. We do not have rides or playground equipment.


  1. Sounds like a bit of heaven, but I am in Victoria BC, so it would be a long drive to come for a visit, but maybe one day :) Look forward to seeing more fairie stuff and other notes from visitors. :)

  2. I can not come this year but a visit to Pixie Hill has now been added to my personal Bucket List.