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Niagara Falls Heritage Sites

  • Re-enactment soldiers dressed as redcoats fire muskets as a group

    Old Fort Erie

    Experience the sights and sounds of the fort under siege at this War of 1812 National Historic Site.

    Spring, summer and fall Partially accessible Details
  • Front of Laura Secord homestead, an old home with British Union Jack blowing on flagpole

    Laura Secord Homestead

    Travel back in time to the lovingly restored Laura Secord Homestead and be enchanted by stories of her adventures and surroundings as interpreted by authentically costumed guides.

    Spring, summer and fall Partially accessible Details
  • Old brick building with white fence surrounding a garden

    McFarland House

    Qualified costumed interpreters provide guided tours of this historic home throughout the day.

    Spring, summer and fall Partially accessible Details
  • Roller applying ink to old printing press type

    Mackenzie Printery

    The restored home of rebel publisher William Lyon Mackenzie reveals 500 years of printing technology, amid the authentic ambiance of a period print shop.

    Spring, summer and fall Details
  • Large monument surrounded by paths and trees

    Brock's Monument

    A self-guided tour of the Battle of Queenston Heights starts at the foot of the monument and includes a climb to the top for a magnificent view towards Lake Ontario in the north and Niagara Falls in the south.

    Spring, summer and fall Details
  • Re-enactors stand at attention with bladed muskets pointed to the sky

    Chippawa Battlefield

    The Battle of Chippawa, fought on July 5th 1814, was the opening engagement of the Niagara campaign of 1814, the longest and bloodiest military operation of the War of 1812.

    Spring, summer and fall Partially accessible Details