Treat Your Youngsters to SuperHero Saturday at Canterbury Village

Canterbury Village, Lake Orion, MI — April 25, 2022

Do you have some children who are fans of Super Hero Characters? How about giving them a chance to walk up and shake hands with their fantasy heroes, or have a picture taken? It’s happening this weekend at Canterbury Village in Lake Orion.

Take a short 45-minute drive over to Lake Orion, just north of the Pontiac / Rochester Hills area, and join in the fun. In honor of National Superhero Day come celebrate at Canterbury Village for SuperHero Saturday. Come meet and mingle with your favorite superhero characters, magicians, jugglers, SuperHero Stunt Shows, contests, monster truck rides, petting zoo, live music, and much more!

Kids can dress the part, Moms and Dads can enjoy the shops and eateries in the Village.

There will be two sessions available on Saturday, April 30. The first from 10 am to 1 pm and again in the afternoon from 2 pm-5 pm, it’s a great family activity for everyone to enjoy.

Tickets are $7 per person, Children under two as well as Military and Veterans are admitted free. There is onsite parking for $5.

About Canterbury Village

Canterbury Village located in Lake Orion is a designated historic landmark in the State of Michigan and has been owned and operated by the Aldridge family since 1993. It extends over 21 acres on what was once part of the old Scripps Farm and formerly Wildwood Farms. The original Wildwood Farm buildings have all been carefully restored while preserving an important chapter in Michigan’s history.

Canterbury Village is home to 14 specialty and boutique shops with many distinctive features, Canterbury Castle Restaurant and Banquet Facility, The C-Pub Bar and Grill, and Michigan Market Place, featuring handmade and artist-designed products all Made in Michigan. Yates Cider Mill, another Michigan-owned company, is located at Canterbury Village and open all year round, Fright Village and the WTF Speakeasy are scheduled to open in 2022. Canterbury Village is also host to some of the largest annual events in Southeast Michigan.