Niagara-on-the-Lake Museum

Visit the Niagara-on-the-Lake Museum to discover the unique stories of historic Niagara-on-the-Lake and see one of Ontario’s most important museum collections.

Mackenzie Printery

This historic landmark is where William Lyon Mackenzie began his political career with his newspaper, the Colonial Advocate, dedicated to political and social reform. Launched in 1824, the paper became very popular and was printed bi-weekly for its 250 subscribers. By 1836, Mackenzie stopped printing his newspaper to organize the Upper Canada Rebellion of 1837.

Niagara Apothecary

An authentic museum restoration of a 1869 pharmacy as part of a practice that operated in Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario, from 1820 to 1964.

Laura Secord Homestead

The historic Laura Secord Homestead stands in the charming village of Queenston, just off the scenic Niagara Parkway. This enchanting heritage site was the home of Canada's most famous heroine, Laura Secord, from 1803 to 1835.

McFarland House

Built at the turn of the 19th century by Scotsman John McFarland, the home was used as a military hospital during the War of 1812 by both the Americans and the British.

RiverBrink Art Museum

Situated in a large country home on the banks of the scenic Niagara River, RiverBrink Art Museum features changing exhibitions from the renowned art collection of Samuel E. Weir, Q.C., as well as outstanding artworks on loan from other Canadian and International collections.