Faucet Fountain in Port Williams
There is a new piece of art in Port Williams that everyone needs to go and check out! It is a fountain made from 113 faucets!
Kevin Wood created and built this fountain on his property from pipes and faucets he had collected over the years.
You can really spend a long time there, being cooled by the gentle spray, and examining every tap at every angle!
Also on Site
Kevin Wood also has a collection of blacksmith tools on site in one of the barns that you can wander in an look at.
He is working towards having a museum on site.
In front of the barns, are old-fashioned wheelbarrows full of vegetables for sale.
The faucet fountain is located on Highway 358 in Port Williams, as you are driving towards Canning. It is right after what the locals call “Chase Corner”.
Watch for the big red barns and the vegetables in the front.
There is a brick path between the black smith barn and the larger barn. Follow that and the fountain is at the back of the building.
Take a drive to Port Williams to discover this amazing piece of art and don’t forget to get your fall veggies!