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Niagara On The Lake, ON
Niagara Historical Museum
P.O. Box 208, 43 Castleagh St.
Niagara On The Lake, ON L0S 1J0
The Niagara Historical Society & Museum
interprets the history of Niagara-on-the-Lake
with interesting programs and exhibitions. Tour
groups can also enjoy guided walking tours of
historic Niagara-on-the-Lake, which showcase
the history of the town as the first capital of
Upper Canada, the War of 1812, tourism history
and more! Walking tours are $10 per person
and can be booked by calling the Museum at
1-905-468-3912 or emailing email@example.com.
Visit us at www.niagarahistorical.museum for
Hockey Hall of Fame
Brookfield Place, 30 Yonge St.
Toronto, ON M5E 1X8
Interactive games, theatres, hockey's greatest
artifacts, and best of all, hands-on access to the
Stanley Cup, all spread across a 65,000 square
foot entertainment complex. Hours: Fall/Winter/
Spring: Mon - Fri 10-5, Sat 9:30-6, Sun 10:30-5.
Summer/Christmas/March Break: Mon - Sat
9:30-6, Sun 10-6.
Oil Springs, ON
Oil Museum of Canada
P.O. Box 16, 2423 Kelly Rd.
Oil Springs, ON N0N 1P0
Phone: 1-519-834-2840 / Fax: 1-519-834-2840
Museum & Archives
13 Burke St.
Penetanguishene, ON L9M 1C1
Phone: 1-705-549-2150 / Fax: 1-705-549-7542
The history of one of Ontario's oldest
communities is proudly displayed at the
Penetanguishene Centennial Museum &
Archives. Visit the 1875 Lumber Office and
General Store owned by late lumber baron and
past mayor, Mr. Charles Beck. Learn about
the importance of the logging industry to the
town's beginnings. The museum's
4500 sq. ft. addition houses a Timber Bay
Gift Shop, a Great Hall with rotating art
and travelling exhibitions, archives and a
North Buxton, ON
St Catharines Museum and
Welland Canals Centre
1932 Welland Canals Pkwy.
St Catharines, ON L2R 7C2
Phone: 1-905-984-8880 / Fax: 1-905-984-6910
Arthur Child Heritage Museum
of the 1000 Islands
125 Water St.
Gananoque, ON K7G 3E3
Museum & Community Centre
14732 Woodbine Ave.
Stouffville, ON L4A 2K9
Phone: 1-905-727-8954 / Fax: 1-905-727-1282
Rock Glen Conservation Area
8680 Rock Glen Rd.
Arkona, ON N0M 1B0
Home of Rock Glen Falls, Arkona Lions
Museum and Information Centre. New fossil,
artifact exhibits. World-renowned Devonian
Period fossil site. Carolinian Zone species. Bus
tours, picnics, weddings. Washrooms. Reserve
picnic pavilions. Playgrounds. Accessible trails.
Potable water. Scenic look-outs. Location:
43°5'3249'' N. - 81° 49' 17.205'' W.
Gatehouse: 1-519-828-3071. Admission
information: abca.on.ca. Guided hikes,
programs: Phone: 1-888-286-2610.
Niagara Falls, ON
The Niagara Parks Commission
P.O. Box 150, 7400 Portage Rd.
Niagara Falls, ON L2E 6T2
Phone: 1-905-356-2241 / Fax: 1-905-356-8448
Cellphone: 1-877-642-7275 ext. 2
Established in 1885 to protect the natural and
cultural heritage along the Niagara River for
the enjoyment of visitors while maintaining
financial self-sufficiency. Operating world
famous attractions - Journey Behind
the Falls, Heritage sites - Laura Secord
Homestead, nature/gardens - Niagara Glen
and Botanical Gardens, Falls and river view
restaurants - Elements on the Falls and
providing exclusive packages - Illumination
Dinner and Table Rock Experience plus the
Niagara Falls Adventure and Wonder Passes.
One call to 1-877-642-7275 x. 2 does it all!
Wallaceburg & District Museum
505 King St.
Wallaceburg, ON N8A 1J1
Phone: 1-519-627-8962 / Fax: 1-905-627-9859
Has in its collection, themed rooms such as
Glass Gallery, School House, and Baldoon
Mystery Room. Three floors of interesting
displays reflect the region's marine,
commercial, industrial and athletic heritage.
The Glass Gallery showcases rare glass
artifacts from the town's largest employer.
Gun enthusiasts will see displays of the
1878 Lee Enfield rifle prototype, perfected in
Wallaceburg. Also enjoy the talents of local
photographers and artists in the museum's
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Buxton Historic Site and Museum
21975 A.D. Shadd Rd.
North Buxton, ON N0P 1Y0
Phone: 1-519-352-4799 / Fax: 1-519-352-8561
Founded in 1849 as a refuge for escaped
slaves, this settlement became one of the last
stops on the Underground Railroad. Today,
Buxton is an active Canadian village, populated
by descendants of those early settlers. Here
you will find several churches, cemeteries,
1861 school, 1855 log cabin, and many artifacts
dating back to the era of the Underground
Railroad. There is also an archives and
St Catharines, ON