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Experience four exciting Niagara Parks Heritage sites

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Take a scenic river-side drive along the Niagara Parkway, between Fort Erie and Niagara-on-the-Lake, to explore all of these historic sites. Along the 53-kilometre route, you’ll discover over 100 plaques, markers and monuments that depict the history of this incredible region.

  • "[The Landscape of Nations] shines light on the significant but largely unknown contribution of the Haudenosaunee and other Natives in supporting the British and Canadian soldiers in the Battle of Queenston Heights and throughout the War of 1812."- Hans Tammemagi, RoadStories.ca

  • "Hugging the Canadian shore, the Niagara Parkway is peppered with remarkably well-maintained historic sites as it meanders along the riverbank."- Jay Jones, Chicago Tribune

Be sure to stop at these free Niagara Parks Heritage sites as you explore the Niagara Heritage Trail.

Landscape of Nations

Landscape of Nations

The Landscape of Nations in Queenston Heights is just one of the touchstones at Niagara Parks telling the story of 500 generations of human history along our shared 56 km outdoor adventure museum.

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    Accessible
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    Parking
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    Year-round
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    Self-guided
Battle of Chippawa

Battle of Chippawa

Niagara Parks acquired the site of the Battle of Chippawa in 1995 and has preserved 300 acres of this pristine battlefield, the last remaining site from the War of 1812.

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    Accessible
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    Parking
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    Year-round
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    Self-guided
Plaques & Markers

Plaques & Markers

Over 100 monuments and plaques that identify the landmarks, events and persons important to the history of the region are placed along the Niagara Parkway.

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    Partially Accessible
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    Self Guided Tours