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Zurich, is a village of about 7,000 people in Huron County, Ontario, about 6 km inland from Lake Huron.

Zurich was founded in 1856 and is known for its Swiss heritage, reflected in some of the architecture.

Get in[edit]

From [[London (Ontario)|London, Ontario], Zurich is 68 km, or about an hour's drive north on Highway 4, then west on Regional Road 83, and north on Regional Road 2.

Get around[edit]



  • Zurich Bean Festival. Annual festival since the 1960s, now held on the fourth Saturday in August each year. Local and guest musicians, wonderful vendors, the Wrench Benders Custom Rod and Antique Car Show, live action Cattle Sorting, home cooked bean & pork chop dinner, carnival rides, and street market.



  • Tasty Nu Bakery, 18 Goshen St N. M-F 9AM-6PM, Sa 9AM-4PM. Known for their doughnuts.




  • Grand Bend Strip community newspaper - serving Zurich, Grand Bend, Dashwood and Port Franks.

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